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Former Armenian Defense Minister David Tonoyan will remain under arrest.

Attorney Sergey Hovhannisyan informed NEWS.am that the Anti-Corruption Court rejected the motion to release former Armenian Defense Minister David Tonoyan from custody on bail or to change his preventive measure in the case of abuses in the organization of ammunition supplies. Hovhannisyan said that Tonoyan's apartment worth 35 million drams was offered as bail for changing the preventive measure.


The court found that David Tonoyan was a high-ranking official and could have influence on people involved in the case, who are mainly acting and former officials of the Defense Ministry.

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