Soso Pavliashvili and Vakhtang Kikabidze attend wedding of thief in law Pzo’s daughter
It was previously reported that more than 300 criminal underworld representatives from the United State will attend the ceremony.
Pictures from the wedding of thief in law Armen Kazaryan’s (Pzo) daughter has appeared online. They have been posted by photograph Aykui Esayan.
As previously reported by The CrimeRussia, Pzo’s 21-year-old daughter Diana married a 26-year-old relative of former Minister of Transport of Armenia, Eduard Madatyan.
In the pictures, the bribe is dancing with her father, posing for the photographer, and cutting the cake with her newly-made spouse. Her wedding dress is designed by the famous Lebanese Zahar Murad. Pzo’s wife has chosen a Valentino outfit for the significant date.
Stars of domestic and Russian show business entertained the wedding guests, among whom they were about 300 representatives of the US criminal world. Sona, Soso Pavliashvili, Super Sako, and Spitakzi Ayko performed at the wedding. Vakhtang Kikabidze, as well as ex-deputies Mger Sedrakyan (Tokhmakhi Mger) and Arakel Movsisyan (Shmays) were spotted at the ceremony.
It is known that the marriage took place in the church of St. Gayane in Echmiadzin. Businessman and ex-deputy Samvel Aleksanyan was the godfather of the couple.
Pzo was vetted in Rostov-on-Don in 1991. In the period from 1996 to 2018, he lived in the United States. He organized a criminal syndicate consisting mainly of immigrants from Armenia. In particular, Pzo is involved in the high-profile story about the theft of personal data of thousands of doctors and patients, which criminals used to pump millions of dollars from Medicare. According to the estimates of the US authorities, the criminals embezzled a total of $165 million.
From 2000 to 2001, Pzo’s co-father-in-law was the Minister of Transport of Armenia, and before that, he was a member of the Armenian Parliament. In 2004, Edward Madatyan, against whom a criminal case had been filed on charges of plotting to assassinate the president and other high-ranking officials of the country, left Armenia. He returned to the country in 2008, when the criminal case was unexpectedly discontinued.