The Prime Minister referred to the expediency of declaring martial law
RA Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan informed that the project to declare martial law in Armenia is ready, and the authorities regularly assess the situation, whether it is worth making such a decision or not.
According to Pashinyan. "Since we did not make that decision, it means that we consider that there is no need to make such a decision, not because there is no aggression, but because it is a grave decision, which has several mechanisms that are not only of a military nature. The effectiveness of the findings should be made considering our experience in several episodes.
According to Pashinyan, such a decision has not been made yet, but this does not mean that this decision will not be made at the next moment, depending on the assessment of the situation.
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