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10.07.2018 | army

Կուրսանտի սպանության գործի քննությունը կրկին հետաձգվեց

Կուրսանտի սպանության գործի քննությունը կրկին հետաձգվեց
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THE THIEVES OF FUEL HAVE DESTROYED SOLDIERS FOR YEARS 22.06.2018 | army

THE THIEVES OF FUEL HAVE DESTROYED SOLDIERS FOR YEARS

One of the disclosures of the National Security Service is about embezzlement of fuel at the N military unit from December 2017 to June 2018. Criminal cases have been instituted under article 179 of the Criminal Code of Armenia, which concerns large-scale misappropriation by agreement am

When you deal with the life and death of a soldier, the victory becomes more valuable 19.06.2018 | army

When you deal with the life and death of a soldier, the victory becomes more valuable

About 7 months ago, the Journalists for Human Rights organization launched an investigation of a mine explosion incident at the Martakert military unit in Artsakh on November 21, 2017. Three servicemen, lieutenant Gegham Zakaryan, privates Sargis Abrahamyan and Sargis Melikyan were kil

The mother kneeled at the gates of the military unit, but they did not let her in. The family denies the version of suicide 10.06.2018 | army

The mother kneeled at the gates of the military unit, but they did not let her in. The family denies the version of suicide

Captain Hmayak Hakobyan was not buried by military order and honor. The military did not even send a “military band” to the village, which usually plays the hymn in honor of the deceased officers. Nobody has visited the Hakobyans from the Defense Ministry, no one has condoled them.
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