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17 October, Thursday


Sacked Chief of Police named adviser to Armenian Prime Minister

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The recently sacked chief of the Armenian Police is going to serve as a chief adviser at the Prime Minister's staff, Tert.am reports.

″Under Section 10, Article 9 of the law of the Republic of Armenia 'On Public Service', Valeriy Osipyan is appointed a chief advisor to the Prime Minister,″ reads the official text of the decision.

President Armen Sarkissian signed the decree to relieve Osipyan of his duties earlier today, based on a proposal submitted by Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan.

Osipyan headed the Armenian Police since May 2018.

Deputy Chief of Police Arman Sargsyan will now take charge of the agency in the capacity of an Acting Chief of Police.

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