Armenia Sees No Considerable Shifts in Fighting Corruption
December 9, 12:00

Though Armenia has registered a subtle positive shift in fighting corruption, the sector still has major challenges to address.

On the International Anti-Corruption Day Varuzhan Hoktanyan, Head of the Transparency International Anticorruption Center; Suren Krmoyan, Deputy Minister of Justice; and Karen Zadoyan, Head of the Armenian Association of Young Lawyers, Coordinator at the Anti-Corruption Coalition of Civil Society Organizations spoke on the anti-corruption strategies and the current situation in Armenia.

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