ARMENIAN POLICEMEN TO USE EXPERIENCE OF THEIR POLISH PARTNERS
- YEREVAN. - Chief of Armenian Police Vladimir Gasparyan received on Tuesday Polish Ambassador to Armenia Zdzislaw Raczynski and discussed cooperation between policemen of the two states.
The Ambassador stressed importance of the first meeting with the Police Chief saying relations between two police structures have a great potential and may turn into a full cooperation, police press service informs Armenian News-NEWS.am. Gasparyan believes the cooperation will grow taking into account the perspective of using Polish partners' experience.
Gasparyan turned to the improvements in the system, stressing the human factor: staff and structure changes, aiming to raise police efficiency and reduce corruption risks.
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- 1806 General Tshitshianov is murdered in Baku.
- 1895 Constantinople's Armenian Patriarch, Matevos Izmirlian, in a letter to Turkey's Minister of Justice, informs him, in detail, of the illegal actions of Turks in the Armenian Provinces, including the murders and deportations of the Armenians.
- 1914 The Great Powers and Turkey sign an Armenian Improvements Project. The Dutch official, Westenenk and the Norwegian envoy, Hoff arrive in Constantinople as observers. Because of the start of the First World War, the agreement remains a dead letter.
- 1915 The Young Turks' "Union and Progress" Committee creates a special Sub-Committee for organizing deportations and genocide of the Armenians in Turkey.
- 1918 Death of Dr. Vaheh Minassian the translator Hayneh.