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by Nana Martirosyan
ArmenTel Chief Commercial Officer Archil Magradze was found dead in the resort town of Tsaghkadzor, Armenia, on February 3.
The press service of the Armenian Police has told ArmInfo that the body of Magradze, 35, was found not far from the sport base of Tsaghkadzor. Magradze's car was found on the highway.
To note, on Feb 2 the Police was told that Magradze had disappeared. He did not answer the phone and nobody knew where he was.
Anush Beghloyan, Spokesperson for ArmenTel CJSC, has told ArmInfo that the matter apparently concerns a casualty.
To note, Archil Magradze was appointed Chief Commercial Officer at Beeline Armenia (ArmenTel CJSC) on 11 July 2013. Magradze's career in telecommunications started in 1999 at MegaCom Ltd, the first mobile provider of Georgia. In 2006 he joined Mobitel (Georgia) and took an active part in the launch of the Beeline brand in Georgia. In 2007-2008 he headed the company's Batumi branch and in 2008 he became the Chief Commercial Office at Beeline Georgia.
In 2010 Magradze was appointed Director of Tashkent regional branch at Beeline Uzbekistan, where he managed to secure two-digit growth in sales and proceeds. In 2012 he was appointed Chief Commercial Officer at Beeline Cambodia. Magradze was married and had 4 children.