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It was last week when Armenia’s environment minister Romanos Petrosyan toured the shores of the peninsula of Lake Sevan, and it was instructed to give an immediate solution to the violations revealed on the spot. Davit Grigoryan, spokesperson for the minister of environment, wrote about this on his Facebook page on Thursday morning.

"The process of getting rid of the coastal parts of Lake Sevan from illegal land seizures and illegal constructions has already started.

"The dismantling of an open-air pavilion-cafe built about a month ago with prefabricated constructions in the central part of the Sevan peninsula, without respective construction documents by the business owner of the area has started early in the morning," Grigoryan added.

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