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15 August 2020


Russia deports Armenian journalist - Scandal

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Following anti-Russian hysteria in Armenia, Russia is preparing to deport Roza Azatyan, a reporter for RFE / RL's Armenian Service in Moscow.

Axar.az reports this information was spread by Politik.am citing its sources. According to the website, the Russian special services found out that the Armenian Foreign Ministry had issued a diplomatic passport to the correspondent:

"Azatyan, who has a diplomatic passport, has acted against Russia's interests. Due to this, there will be a strong Armenian-Russian diplomatic scandal in the near future, which may result not only in the resignation of the Armenian ambassador to Russia but also in the resignation of Mnatsakanyan."

Date
2020.07.04 / 16:31
Author
Tural Azimzadeh
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