BERLIN — An official car of the Embassy of the Republic of Armenia in Germany was set on fire shortly after midnight on July 23, the Embassy said in a statement.

“The German Federal Foreign Office, the Berlin Police and respective police agencies have been officially notified about the incident. At the moment the police and experts conduct investigation, observing the possibility of arson”, the statement said.

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