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Alexandr Avanesov

The place from which wiretapping of NSS Director and SIS Head  conversation was distributed is known 

The place from which wiretapping of NSS Director and SIS Head  conversation was distributed is known 

ArmInfo.The place from which the wiretapping of Director of the National Security Service (NSS) of the Republic of Armenia Artur Vanetsyan (now the former  Director of the National Security Service - Ed. note) and Head of the  Special Investigation Service (SIS) Sasun Khachatryan conversation  was distributed is known. On October 21, Chairman of the RA  Investigative Committee Hayk Grigoryan stated this in an interview  with reporters.

According to him, for each specific case, including the fact of  wiretapping, an objective, comprehensive investigation is being  conducted, regardless of position and position. "However, based on  the secrecy of the investigation, I can't tell everything, I can only  say that a number of circumstances have been identified, including  the place from which the telephone conversation was distributed,"  Hayk Grigoryan emphasized

It should be noted that on September 11 last year, the wiretapping of  Director of the National Security Service, Artur Vanetsyan, and Head  of the Special Investigation Service, Sasun Khachatryan conversation  was held. Vanetsyan and Khachatryan during the 8-minute conversation,  discussed the arrest of former President of Armenia Robert Kocharyan,  as well as criminal cases against the Secretary General CSTO Yuri  Khachaturov and former Minister of Defense Mikael Harutyunyan. All  three are accused of overthrowing the constitutional order during the  post-election events of 2008, which resulted in the death of 10  people. Vanetsyan told the head of the SIS about the conversation  with the judge, who had already been given "instructions" at all  costs to imprison Kocharyan. Then they started talk about  Khachaturov. The director of the National Security Service said that  the CSTO Secretary General should never be touched, since there is a  danger of spoiling relations with Russia. Another wiretapping,  already between Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan and  Director of the National Security Service of Armenia Artur Vanetsyan,  was held on December 5. During the conversation, Pashinyan and  Vanetsyan discuss the arrest of the now retired CSTO Secretary  General Yuri Khachaturov, the possible consequences of this step.   Vanetsyan, in particular, said that Khachaturov's arrest could  "complicate relations with the Russians" and that representatives of  the FSS of Russia expressed concern to him. 

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