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CoE TO INVESTIGATE FACT OF ARMENIAN FLAG DISAPPEARANCE

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  • CoE TO INVESTIGATE FACT OF ARMENIAN FLAG DISAPPEARANCE

    PanArmenian News Network
    Aug 2 2005

    CoE TO INVESTIGATE FACT OF ARMENIAN FLAG DISAPPEARANCE

    02.08.2005 06:23

    /PanARMENIAN.Net/ In view of the disappearance of the Armenian flag
    from the area of the Council of Europe building, Armenian Foreign
    Ministry has addressed a note of protest to the Council of Europe
    Secretary General Terry Davis, Director of the Council of Europe
    Secretary General's Personal Office Jan-Lois Loran and Head of the
    Secretariat of the Committee of Ministers Leonardo Davis, RA MFA
    press center reported. Armenia's permanent representation in the
    Council of Europe was informed the Council of Europe Security
    Services will do their best to put the Armenian flag in its place as
    soon as possible. As for the investigation, the Council of Europe
    Secretary General's Personal Office stated that negotiations with the
    French police responsible for the security of the building and the
    territory adjacent to it have been already held. To remind, On July
    30 evening the Armenian flag and nameboard disappeared form the area
    of the Council of Europe building. Armenia's permanent representation
    in the Council of Europe immediately informed the Council of Europe
    Security Services and demanded to put the Armenian flag in its place.
    At present the Armenian flag is hanging in its place. The Armenian
    Foreign Ministry has addressed a note of protest to the Council of
    Europe General Secretariat condemning the incident and demanded to
    find out the circumstances and carry out relevant measures. "Armenian
    Foreign Affairs Ministry resolutely protests against the incident and
    demands to implement necessary steps for preventing vandalism against
    the national symbols of the Council of Europe member countries," the
    note says
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    I wonder who might have done this???
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