YEREVAN. – They apprehended me from the entrance of the office of the VETO public-political movement. VETO leader Narek Malyan said this in a conversation with journalists today after being released by the police.
"They laid me down on the ground on the street, handcuffed me from the back," he added.
According to Malyan, they were apprehended after a conversation between Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Larisa Minasyan, Executive Director of.
"I have information that Larisa Minasyan had a rather harsh conversation with the Prime Minister, and demanded that they stop our activities in Armenia—even through illegal activities."
Malyan said that he had not been questioned inside the police station, and he was only searched.
"They registered, listed the items in my possession," he added. "Since they didn’t find anything banned, naturally, there was nothing to give an explanation for and make a report on."