ISTANBUL — Two-time Olympiad Champion Armenia defeated defending champions Ukraine 2.5-1.5, with Aronian scoring against Ivanchuk. The Victory moved Armenia to the top of table with maximum 10 points after five matches.
Russian men also stayed undefeated after beating Hungary 2.5-1.5. Croatia and Azerbaijan are on the heels of the leader with nine match points while Indian men remain in the joint fifth spot on eight points.
In earlier rounds Armenian beat Bolivia 3-1, Bangladesh 4-0, Spain 2.5-1.5 and Philippines 2.5-1.5

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