Oskanian’s money laundering case to be submitted to court – paper

Oskanian’s money laundering case to be submitted to court – paper

PanARMENIAN.Net - According to Hraparak daily, the ex-foreign minister Vartan Oskanian’s Civilitas money laundering case has been in a stalemate for about 2 months.

Osnkanian’s Office refused to provide comments on the issue, with National Security Service stating that the case is under investigation, the daily said.

“According to reliable sources, the case-related probe has been completed, to be submitted to court in near future,” the daily said.

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