Syrian passport found at Paris attack scene belongs to asylum seeker - Serbian Interior Ministry
"One of the suspected terrorists, A.A., who is of interest to French security agencies, was registered on the Presevo border crossing on October 7 this year, where he formally sought asylum," the ministry said in a statement.
The Presevo border crossing separates Serbia from Macedonia.
"Checks have confirmed that his details match those of the person who on October 3 was identified in Greece. There was no Interpol warrant issued against this person," the statement added.
Greek authorities said the passport matched one used by a refugee who arrived on the Greek island of Leros on October 3, and then traveled on to Croatia and Austria.
The Serbian newspaper Blic gave the name of 25-year-old Ahmed Almuhamed, while Le Figaro disclosed another terrorist called Abbdulakbak B, who was born in 1990.
It has also been revealed by Le Figaro – citing unofficial medical sources – that two boys aged 15 and 18 were among the dead militants.
A group of terrorists carried out multiple attacks across Paris on Friday evening, killing 129 people and wounding 352 others. Of the wounded, 99 are currently in critical condition.