Armenia asked Russian peacekeepers to act

Armenia asked Russian peacekeepers to act

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After the new outbreak of violence in Nagorno-Karabakh, the Prime Minister of Armenia spoke on the morning of Thursday, August 4, and Nikol Pashinian called on the Russian peacekeepers deployed in this disputed enclave to act.

With our correspondent in Moscow, Anissa El Jabri

Nikol Pashinian has now attracted Russia, and in a direct way: ” There is a line of contact where the peacekeepers are deployed, and this territory is under their responsibility. The Russian agency Interfax highlighted it: for the Prime Minister of Armenia, these soldiers a key factor in the security of Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh “, but” the series of events that took place since November 2020 [Nikol Pachinian parle de la guerre et des incidents qui ont suivi, NDLR] raises questions in Armenian society about the content and essence of the peacekeeping mission “.

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So the Prime Minister called for a Explaining in the peacekeeping operation. Through the voice of its spokesman, the Kremlin said itself on Thursday ” concerned about the deteriorating situation around Nagorno-Karabakh and called on the parties to “fprevent proof area “. Dimitri Peskov who ” will not be included That topic will be discussed on Friday August 5 between Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The two leaders met again at the summer residence of the Russian President.

On Wednesday, the president of the self-proclaimed republic of Karabakh ordered a partial mobilization of men in the enclave.


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