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Armenia new police chief PM's childhood friend

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Upon the decision of Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan, Colonel Vahe Ghazaryan has been appointed Chief of Police, replacing Arman Sargsyan, reports citing

When Vahe Ghazaryan was appointed deputy police chief in 2019, the media released information stating that Vahe Ghazaryan is from Tavush Province and Nikol Pashinyan’s childhood friend.

Vahe Ghazaryan was born in 1974 in Ijevan. He graduated from the Faculties of Economics and Law at Yerevan State University, has served in the Armed Forces of Armenia and has held various positions in the Police of Armenia.

By the presidential decree dated May 22, 2019, he was appointed Commander of the Police Troops of Armenia and Deputy Chief of Police.

He has been awarded medals and badges of the Police of Armenia.

He is married and has one daughter and two sons.

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