Activist Gegham Adyan has been transferred from the police station in Arabkir district to the Surb Grigor Lusavorich Medical Center in Yerevan. This is what Deputy Director of Surb Grigor Lusavorich Medical Center Artak Manukyan told Armenian News-NEWS.am.
The deputy director said Gegham Adyan had declared that he was hit, but based on his diagnosis, he has a neurotic reaction and a heart rhythm disorder.
Doctors are currently conducting a checkup. The patient’s condition is satisfactory.
As reported earlier, police detained 6 activists protesting against the operation of the Amulsar gold mine near the National Assembly.
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on Monday met with Jermuk town residents—and at the official residence of the President of Armenia, to discuss the matter of whether the Amulsar gold mine should resume operations. At the same time, however, a protest was staged outside this residence—and against the exploitation of this mine.
As reported earlier, the Investigative Committee of Armenia has publicized the results of the comprehensive audit report which was commissioned to the Advanced Resources Development (ELARD) Lebanese consultancy firm, and regarding any likelihood of environmental risks from the exploitation of the Amulsar gold-bearing quartzite mine of Armenia.
And as a result of this audit report, 16 points were noted in its conclusion, and which, if maintained, would make this mine’s environmental risks manageable.