How it was (2000) 02/06/2000
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Terrorist act in the Armenian parliament on October 27, 1999.
The death of the Prime Minister of Armenia Vazgen Sargsyan, the Chairman of the National Assembly Karen Demirchyan and six other deputies.
Special reportage of the Armenian television.
Negotiations with terrorists, led by former journalist Nairi Hunanyan, special operation, the release of hostages.
Witnesses of the tragedy together remember this terrible day, restore the picture of events and try to figure out what motivated people who dared to step so desperately, who could stand behind the attack, whether it was possible to prevent it.
The meeting is attended by the journalist Vahan Vardanyan, the assistant to the Prime Minister Tigran Hakobyan, the head of the military police Vladimir Gasparyan and the deputy of the People's Assembly Hmayak Hovhannisyan.
The program includes fragments of interviews with Armenian President Robert Kocharian, deputy Edmund Tsaturyan, chairman of the National Assembly Armen Khachatryan, the Minister of Health Hayk Nikoghosyan, as well as with the classmate of the terrorist leader, journalist Anna Israelian, and with his mother Natella Hunanyan.
In the preparation of the report, the personnel of the chronicle and the operational shooting of the military police in the Hall of the People's Assembly were used.
PersonnelGasparyan V.S. - Soviet and Armenian military and statesman, Colonel-General, Chief of Military Police of the MoD (1997-2010), Chief of Police of Armenia (since 2011).
Khachatryan AA - Armenian statesman, ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary, chairman of the National Assembly of Armenia (1999-2003).
Tsaturyan E.A. - Armenian statesman, full member of the International Engineering Academy, MP, member of the permanent commission on financial, credit, budgetary and economic issues.
Nikoghosyan AA - Armenian state and political figure, Minister of Health of Armenia (1998-2000).
Kocharyan R.S. - state and political figure, 2 nd president of the Republic of Armenia, 1 st president of the unrecognized Nagorno-Karabakh Republic.
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