Russia Cancelled Wanted Notice for Armenian Ex-Defense Minister Wanted for March 1 Case

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The notice for the former minister of defense of Armenia Mikayel Harutyunyan wanted in the CIS member states for prosecution has been cancelled in the territory of Russia, Interfax informed, referring to an informed source, news.am informed.

The source also mentioned that Moscow had received the request for arrest and extradition of the former minister of defense from the interstate intelligence, not the Armenian Prosecutor General’s Office. The received document on the arrest also includes a point on putting the accused in house arrest in the capital city of Moscow.

Earlier another source told Interfax that the request for Harutyunyan’s extradition would be declined because he has had a Russian passport since 2002.



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