Pastinfo: Major misuse found during renovation of Armenia government mansions

Pastinfo: Major misuse found during renovation of Armenia government mansions

Hundreds of millions of drams of misuse has been committed in the renovation of Armenian government mansions, and law enforcement is dealing with them, Pastinfo reported.

It is about the financial misuse committed by an SNCO under the direct supervision of the Prime Minister’s Office.

The government mansions are on the balance sheet of the Kond Private House Economy SNCO, which is responsible for servicing these mansions, including their renovation.

According to the reliable information of Pastinfo, the State Supervision Service (SSS) of has detected financial misuse at this SNCO, in particular, in the renovation of government mansions, as a result of which the issue of initiating a criminal case is on the agenda.

In response to a written inquiry by Pastinfo, the SSS confirmed these cases of misuse, noting that they were recorded in the renovations that were conducted in 2019.

According to Pastinfo, these case of misuse total about 250 million drams.

Thus, the renovation totaling millions of drams the top government mansion, which was carried out by the SNCO under the direct supervision of Eduard Aghajanyan, the Chief of Staff to the Prime Minister, was accompanied by corruption.

The director of this SNCO is the accountant of Haykakan Zhamanak daily.

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2020-08-28T07:37:45-05:00August 28th, 2020|Categories: Economy|Tags: |
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