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Former deputy of the National Assembly of Armenia, owner of SAS Group Artak Sargsyan was recently interviewed within the framework of the criminal case instituted in relation to the hooligan act that was committed in the premises of Terrazza Restaurant in Yerevan on June 5.

Head of the Department of Information and Public Relations of the Investigative Committee of Armenia Naira Harutyunyan told Armenian News-NEWS.am that Sargsyan had been interviewed as a witness on August 15.

Sargsyan had been summoned to the Investigative Committee twice in the past, but hadn’t shown up, saying he was out of the country.

On June 5, Artak Sargsyan, owner of SAS Group, was involved in an incident that took place in the premises of Terrazza Restaurant located on Isahakyan Street in Yerevan. However, Artak Sargsyan gave an explanation to the police and refuted his participation in the incident. On June 8, a criminal case was instituted under part 4 of Article 258 of the Criminal Code of Armenia, that is, hooliganism committed with the use of a weapon or another item used as a weapon.

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