Former Armenian deputy Attorney General appointed aid to Russian Attorney General

Recently President of Russia Vladimir Putin appointed Mnatsakan Sargsyan, former deputy attorney general of Armenia, aid to the Russian Attorney General. According to the Russian mass media, he is the first foreigner to be appointed in such high post in Russia’s law system.


This appointment has been of great surprised here. After being appointed Attorney General Gevorg Kostanyan dismissed Sargsyan from the office of the deputy Attorney General.


Sargsyan is well known in the sphere and has many times participated in the sessions of coordinating councils of CIS Attorney Generals.


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