Investigations have been continuing in connection with the murder of the chief of Armenian state television and radio.Our correspondent says three members of the Karabakh war veterans "Tigran Mets" were detained today in connection with the murder. They were later released, along with a colleague who was detained the previous day.
Law-enforcement authorities made at least two arrests on Monday in connection with the murder of Tigran Naghdalian as the chief of Armenia’s state television and radio was buried in Yerevan in the presence of senior government officials, prominent public figures and journalists.
Armenian law-enforcement authorities declined Sunday to give any clues to the previous night's shock killing of Tigran Naghdalian, chief of state television and radio, amid a flood of condemning statements from senior government officials, public figures and journalists.
The United States has had “fruitful” cooperation with Armenia this year and will continue to promote its economic development and democratization in 2003, the U.S. ambassador in Yerevan, John Ordway, said on Friday. He also pledged more U.S. efforts to find a “just and mutually acceptable solution” to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
The commander of Nagorno-Karabakh’s army, General Seyran Ohanian, on Friday again warned Azerbaijan against attempting to win back the Armenian-controlled region by force. He said his troops are capable of repelling any offensive and advancing deeper into Azerbaijani territory.