2 hostages released from captured police station in Yerevan
Invaders demand to create press center in the occupied territory
In Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, law enforcers released two previously taken prisoners from the captured police station, reported the Armenian National Security Service.
"The negotiation process continues. Police discusses the release of the remaining hostages, as well as other matters which were the subject of negotiations in recent days. Members of the armed group voluntarily released two police officers taken earlier as hostages...", - The report says.
We recall the morning of July 17, in Yerevan group of armed men invaded to the police station building. Invaders demanded the release of opposition leader Zhirayr Sefilyan and the government resignation. One policeman killed and two were injured in the shooting.
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