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We have a lot to learn from Georgia in the fight against the criminal subculture of Armenia, said Justice Minister Rustam Badasyan on Monday at the joint press conference with his Georgian counterpart Thea Tsulukiani.

“The ECHR's rules have an assessment of the decisions of our courts, and there is the problem of repeating the errors indicated in these assessments,” he said adding that human rights are a priority and of exceptional value for Armenian government, while the Armenian authorities show their will in the fight against organized crime.

“No matter how tough the fight against corruption and organized crime is, the violation of human rights must be excluded, and a tough fight against organized crime must be waged, as well as people involved in such organizations should be deprived of the opportunity to spread their influence in society,” he concluded.

The 3rd Armenian-Georgian legal forum is being held in Yerevan on Monday.

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