Aliyev's statement is a blatant act of terrorizing the RA civilian population
RA Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan wrote on his Twitter page:
"In a military uniform and in front of a military audience, the President of Azerbaijan, Aliyev, in his threatening and aggressive speech on November 8, announced that Sisian, Goris, Kapan, and other Armenian cities are in their sights, and Armenia understands what that means. It is a blatant act of terrorizing the civilian population."
Dressed in mil uniform & in military audience #AZ pres Aliyev in his threatening & aggressive speech of Nov 8 announced that Sisian, Goris, Kapan & other #ARM towns are in field of their view & ARM understands what it means. It is blatant act of terrorizing civil population.— Nikol Pashinyan (@NikolPashinyan) November 14, 2022
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