Clarifying the Incident Among Wales National Football Team FansSupport A1+!
On November 18, at approximately 1:18 a.m., a report was received by the operational control center of the RA Ministry of Internal Affairs Police regarding an argument and fight on Pushkin Street.
On the same day, at 1:39 a.m. and 1:43 a.m., the operational control center of the Ministry of Internal Affairs received reports that several individuals were assaulting a citizen near the statue of Aram Khachatryan.
Police operatives dispatched to the specified locations discovered that an altercation had erupted among members of the Wales national football team near 43 Pushkin Street. In an inebriated state, they rudely violated public order, engaging in physical altercations that resulted in injuries, and then continued all this at the intersection of Mashtots and Sayat-Nova avenues.
As a result of the implemented measures, 15 citizens of Wales and 1 citizen of New Guinea were arrested and transferred to the police division on reasonable suspicion of hooliganism.
16 more individuals were arrested for being in a public place under the influence of alcohol, taken to the department, and then released. The prepared documents and 16 persons were submitted to the investigation department, where criminal proceedings were initiated.
It is important to note that participants in the incident have disseminated information through the media, much of which does not align with the actual events. We strongly urge against the publication of unverified and inaccurate information.