Artsakh's President extends condolences to family of former Police Chief of Armenia Hayk Harutyunyan

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 Artsakh Republic President Bako Sahakyan on September 25 sent a condolence letter to the family of former Police Chief of the Republic of Armenia, Colonel-General Hayk Harutyunyan.

The letter runs as follows:

“I have learnt with deep sorrow of the tragic death of Colonel-General Hayk Harutyunyan.

Hayk Harutyunyan was distinguished by his special commitment and high professionalism. He was a man of honor and dignity, was considered a high authority among his colleagues and enjoyed their sincere respect, made a significant contribution to the establishment and development of the Armenian Police system.

During his service Hayk Harutyunyan paid special attention to Artsakh, to deepening and expanding ties between the corresponding structures of the two Armenian republics.

On behalf of the people, authorities of Artsakh and myself personally I extend my condolences and support to all the relatives and friends of the deceased, wishing them endurance and strength of spirit.

The bright memory of Hayk Harutyunyan will always remain in our hearts, in the hearts of all those who have known him, served and communicated with him”.

Former Police Chief of Armenia Hayk Harutyunyan was found shot dead in his home on September 23.

His body was found with a gunshot wound to the head 

Hayk Harutyunyan served as Police Chief of Armenia from 2003 to 2008.

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