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If Minister of Territorial Administration and Infrastructure Suren Papikyan has something to say, let him say it directly, and he’ll get an answer. This is what ex-chief of the National Security Service of Armenia Artur Vanetsyan told 168.am, touching upon Minister Suren Papikyan’s statement in which even though he confirmed press releases about his conviction, he also hinted that the outflow of this information was organized by former high-ranking officials. Social network users and the presses viewed his statement as a hint to Vanetsyan and ex-police chief Valery Osipyan.

“I don’t comment hints and assumptions. If Suren Papikyan has something to say, let him say it directly and he’ll get an answer. Ask him what he is hinting or assuming. Moreover, I urge Papikyan to state a name so that we process the statements at the level of law and put an end to these absurd discussions,” Vanetsyan stated.

Artur Vanetsyan refused to answer further questions.

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