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YEREVAN, June 29. /TASS/. Provocative leaflets seeking to set people against the police are said to be distributed among protesters in downtown Yerevan, local media reported on Monday.
According to the media, the so-called letters of advice handed over to the protesters offer instructions on how to speak with the police. Thus, the leaflets say that any contacts with law enforcers are undesirable. Any dialogue is to be reduced to minimum and should be conducted verbally within the framework of one’s rights.
Apart from that, authors of the leaflet call on people to bear in mind that law enforces serve the authorities and are no friends to protesters, even if some of them are their relatives. That is why, people taking part in the protests are to keep aloof from the police and not hope the police would use force.