Number of detainees in Yerevan exceeds 220 people

11:30 | 27.05.2024
Number of detainees in Yerevan exceeds 220 people

Number of detainees in Yerevan exceeds 220 people

The number of detained protesters increased to 226 people, the country's Ministry of Internal Affairs said.

Reported from Armenian media that the detainees are now in various police stations in Yerevan.

11:17

Armenian police detained 196 protesters, the country's Ministry of Internal Affairs said in a statement.

Reported from Armenian media that they were taken to the police station under Article 182 of the Administrative Code of Armenia (failure to comply with a lawful request of a police officer).

10:38
Some 137 participants of the protests have been detained in Yerevan, reported from Sputnik Armenia.

09:36

A total of 67 protesters in Yerevan were detained, reported from Sputnik Armenia.

On Monday morning, supporters of the Tavush for the Motherland movement, led by Archbishop Bagrat Galstanyan, began actions of civil disobedience in the capital and regions of Armenia, blocking interstate highways, interregional roads and streets in Yerevan. After some time, the police began to detain protesters in the Armenian capital.

The protesters are against the process of delimiting the borders between Armenia and Azerbaijan. On May 9, Archbishop Bagrat Galstanyan, who led the procession from Tavush to Yerevan, called on the prime minister to resign.





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