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Araik Harutyunyan, the "leader" of the so-called organization in the occupied Karabakh region of Azerbaijan, has left for Yerevan.
Axar.az reports that he met with Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan in Yerevan. During the meeting, Pashinyan said he would unite the efforts of Yerevan and Karabakh separatist terrorists "for the development of Karabakh."
"Of course, the Karabakh issue remains an important issue on our foreign policy agenda, and I am glad that we are joining forces as a guarantor of stability and peace in the region."
Harutyunyan said that security issues were the main topic of his regular meetings with Pashinyan.
It should be noted that Harutyunyan left for Yerevan immediately after President Ilham Aliyev's statement on the Karabakh conflict in an interview with Azerbaijani television on September 19.
2020.09.21 / 16:14