At this stage in Artsakh, Ruben Vardanyan has other reasons for usurping the power with a coup. Babajanyan
Arman Babajanyan, chairman of the "For the Republic" party, wrote on his "Facebook" page.
"Shortly, the United States and the European Union will come up with a new proposal to organize a Baku-Stepanakert meeting in a third country. This will be the third attempt by Washington and Brussels to organize such a meeting.
Now the real reasons for the conflict demanding the resignation of Ruben Vardanyan and the famous eight people, Araik Harutyunyan, are becoming more tangible. Under no circumstances allow a Baku-Stepanakert dialogue without the participation and involvement of their Russian agents.
Ruben Vardanyan has other reasons for usurping the power in Artsakh with a coup at this very stage, one of which is to give a handicap to his own "Land of Living" party before the Yerevan elections.
For this purpose, he reached the point where the representative of the minor faction of the Artsakh National Assembly, the ARF, took the position of parliament speaker. The next step was to remove Araik Harutyunyan. Mika Badalyan, the representative of the Russian agency in Armenia, announced this.
I hope Araik Harutyunyan understands what his resignation will mean under these conditions."
"Is anyone left who will say, 'Let's not demonize the Kremlin'?" Daniel IoannisyanYesterday, 18:53
The Russian Foreign Ministry declares that, don't say it, Putin, Aliyev, and Pashinyan had a "gentleman's" agreement in November 2020 to leave the status of Artsakh to future generations. It turns out that Pashinyan violated that agreement.
The West needs not an emphasis on its responsibility but a bloody overthrow of Russia's responsibility.Yesterday, 13:33
The people who talk boldly and confidently about changing the foreign policy vector in today's world will also be equally bold and confident about being in the front row of paying the bloody price.
The time factor in politics, or how rhetoric changes
Lavrov's proposal was rejected in NKR. Kommersant