ArmInfo. On December 9, the court of general jurisdiction continued consideration of the criminal case of the former deputy health minister Arsen Davtyan, accused of bribery. During the meeting, the former deputy minister said he did not agree with the indictment. In contrast, the current director of the Institute of Perinatology, Obstetrics and Gynecology Razmik Abrahamyan agreed (with the exception of some episodes) with this procedural document containing the charge formulated in the case.
The court began to examine the evidence in the case. According to the investigation, in order to refund the lack of funding within the framework of the state order, on March 30 of the current year Abrahamyan personally handed over a bribe to Davtyan on a particularly large scale. These funds were transferred under the operational control of NSS officers.
Davtyan was charged under clause 2 of part 4 of article 314 of the RA Criminal Code, and Abrahamyan was charged with clause 1 of part 3 of article 312 of the RA Criminal Code.