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Armenian community in France demands publishing results of investigation over the Gyumri tragedy

19.01.2015   12:56

The Armenian community in France has issued a statement. The community demands transferring the suspect of the murder of a family of six in Gyumri, Russian serviceman Valery Permyakov, to the Armenian law-enforcers. 

The statement demands publishing the results of investigation over the Gyumri tragedy.    

The authors of the statement also extend condolences to the relatives of the Avetisyans’ family and express their support to the citizens fighting for their own dignity and security.

They also consider the law- enforcers’ negligence, lack of response and condolences by the country’s leadership and the spiritual leader on the very first day of the tragedy to be unacceptable. The authors of the statement also condemn the behavior of the leadership that ignores the calls to declare mourning in the country.    

To recall, a family of six was murdered in Gyumri on January 12. The suspect, Russian serviceman Valery Permyakov, is still in the territory of the 102nd Russian military base in Gyumri. The murder of the Armenian family by the Russian serviceman in Armenia triggered protests following Armenian Prosecutor General Gevorg Kostanyan’s statement that Valery Permyakov cannot be transferred to Armenia in accordance with the Russian legislation. 


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