Parents of Non-Combat Victims Rallied In Front of House of Government
Parents of non-combat victims have gathered in front of the house of government today to support the parents of Lux Stepanyan, the conscript killed in Noyemberyan on Mary 15.
After Talk to Minister Parents of Non-Combat Victim Returned Home
Our reporter informed that the minister of defense talked to the parents of Lux Stepanyan, the non-combat victim of May 15.
Police Seized Cameras From Journalists
Our reporter informed that the cars transporting journalists were stopped at the traffic police point on Sevan highway and the journalists were not allowed to get closer to the place of incident.
Charges Were Brought Against Murderer of Lux Stepanyan
The Military Prosecutor’s Office has hastily brought charges against conscript Davit Khachatryan who shot his fellow conscript Lux Stepanyan at the head and killed him.
Minister Ohanyan Is On His Way To Sevan
“The minister of defense Seyran Ohanyan is driving to meet with the parents of Lux Stepanyan,” the ministry’s spokesman Artsrun Hovhannisian informed.
MoD and Police Blocked Highway For Relatives of Non-Combat Victim
The relatives of the killed conscript Lux Stepanyan who are transporting their son’s body to Yerevan clashed with the police on Yerevan-Sevan highway, News.am reported.
Ethics Commission Did Not Find Conflict of Interest
The Ethics commission found that no conflict of interests occurred regarding the head of State Revenue Committee Gagik Khachatryan.
Father of Killed Soldier's Bringing His Son's Body To Yerevan
Two days ago conscript Lux Stepanyan, 1994, of Verin Getashen, Martuni region, was killed by his fellow conscript at one of the military units in Noyemberyan, north of Armenia.
Conscript Died From Electric Shock
The Ministry of Defense informs that on May 17, at around 20.30, conscript Armen Rustam Ghudabashyan died from electric shock.
Orange Foundation granted scholarships to 18 more students of Gavar and Ijevan universities
Continuing its partnership with the universities of Armenia, the Orange Foundation granted scholarships to 18 students of Gavar and Ijevan branches of the Yerevan State University.