Vladimir Gasparyan, the former Chief of Police of the Republic of Armenia (RA), will file a lawsuit in connection with the actions of the RFE/RL Armenian Service staff. His lawyer, Tigran Atanesyan, announced about this on his Facebook page.
"The RA citizen’s constitutional rights—the rights to the inviolability of the residence, the privacy of private and family life—must be protected from everyone," Atanesyan added, in particular, on Sunday.
And on Saturday, he had issued a clarification on the incident between Vladimir Gasparyan and an RFE/RL crew, near Gasparyan's mansion on the shore of Lake Sevan.
Earlier, the RFE/RL Armenian Service reported that while preparing a report on illegal private houses and other structures located on the shores of Lake Shana, former Armenian Police Chief Vladimir Gasparyan had obstructed the respective work by the RFE/RL crew.
He, according to this news agency, drove his vehicle in the direction of these journalists, threatening to run over and physically destroy them, as he cursed at them and demanded not to show his mansion.