Pashinyan's deputy refused to come to the border

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Nikol Pashinyan's deputy and the head of the State Commission for Delimitation of the State Border of the Republic of Armenia Mher Grigoryan refused at the last minute the decision to come to Tavush and listen to residents.

Axar.az informs that the country's press reported on this.

The trip was supposed to take place against the backdrop of the Armenians' protest against the decision to return four of the seven occupied villages of Gazakh to Azerbaijan.

It should be noted that on April 19, an agreement was reached with Armenia on the return of 4 non-enclave villages out of 7 occupied villages of the Gazakh region to Azerbaijan.

2024.04.22 / 18:30
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