The Czech Republic is a destination sought not only by tourists but also by business and real estate investors.
ZÁTKA purchased a 5645 square meter piece of property (U Vodárny 193), which includes some structures, adjacent to the water treatment plant.
Armenian Ambassador to Iran Artashes Tumanyan, and his family, have sold their shares in Unitezza Group LLC, a company they founded in Prague in 2008.
Today, the Committee responded, saying that it had sent a formal request to Artashes Tumanyan, Hovik Abovyan and Karen Ghahramanyan, asking them to provide their side of the story in the matter.
I consider it necessary to note that that the hetq.am article came as a surprise to me since a petition was sent to the proper Czech authorities to dissolve the company.
Several Armenian officials and their relatives invest in the Czech Republic for various purposes.
The daughter of Samvel Balasanyan, the current mayor of Gyumri (Armenia’s second largest city), and her husband, have purchased a real estate and bread/confectionary company in Prague.
When we asked our friend, a member of the Armenian community in the Czech Republic, if he knew a man called Shant Aleksanyan, he answered: “He’s like a specter.”
Hetq has written about the attraction that the Czech real estate market holds for many Armenian government officials.