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Russia And Armenia Agreed On A Joint Investigation Into the Criminal Case Of Massacre In Gyumri
January 23, 2015 16:17


The Head of the Investigative Committee of Russia arrived in Armenia. He assured that the investigation and legal proceedings against the Russian military man accused of killing seven people would be held only on the territory of Armenia. The Investigative Committees of Russia and Armenia agreed on a joint investigation into the criminal case of massacre in the Armenian city of Gyumri, as the official representative for the Russian Investigative Agency Vladimir Markin reported.

“When coordinating the work of investigation teams, Aleksandr Bastrykin and the Chairman of the Investigative Committee of Armenia Agvan Ovsepyan agreed to work jointly for comprehensive, complete and objective investigation of the criminal cases filed in both countries” - the statement on the website of the Russian Investigative Committee says.

The Head of the Investigative Committee of Russia is in Armenia now; there he was acquainted with the course of investigation of the criminal case against the military man Valeriy Permyakov. Bastrykin assured his colleague that the investigation and trial in respect to Permyakov would be held only on the territory of Armenia.

The criminal case investigation and all proceedings thereupon will be carried out in accordance with international law, as well as in accordance with the Convention on Legal Assistance and Legal Relations in Civil, Family and Criminal Cases as of 22 January 1993; the agreement on the Russian military base in Armenia as of March 16, 1995, the bilateral agreement on jurisdiction and mutual legal assistance in cases related to the presence of the Russian military base on the territory of Armenia as of August 29, 1997.

On Tuesday the heads of investigative committees of both countries met with the Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan and reported to him on the progress of the joint investigation. They assured that the blood-guilty would incur a deserved punishment.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Armenia Russia International    

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