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According to NEWS.am, the State Supervision Service of Armenia has been conducting studies at the State Revenue Committee for the past two weeks already.

Spokesperson for the State Supervision Service Seda Aghbalyan confirmed the news during a conversation with Armenian News-NEWS.am and reported that the Monitoring Department of the Service had identified certain risks at the State Revenue Committee and had launched inspections on May 12.

Armenian News-NEWS.am contacted Davit Ananyan and asked if his resignation has anything to do with the inspections being conducted by the State Supervision Service, to which Davit Ananyan gave a negative answer.

Interestingly, the inspections at the State Revenue Committee began when Argishti Kyaramyan, who has held high positions in the State Revenue Committee in the past, was no longer the acting director of the State Supervision Service.

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