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Armenian voters now understand that the idea of ​​Armenia's "invincibility" is a myth.

Axar.az reports that the statement came from former US ambassador to Baku Matthew Bryza.

According to him, after the defeat in the war, the Armenian voters realized that they had no choice but to accept the terms of the solution set out in the tripartite statement of November 10, 2020:

"So, taking into account all the above, I think this is a very positive result for the prospects of Armenian society. Those who hope for stability in the South Caucasus consider the results of the parliamentary elections in Armenia very positive. We are talking about Armenia's integration into the regional economy." It is about establishing cooperation with

The former ambassador noted that Pashinyan won a decisive victory in the elections:

"His party won about 54 percent of the vote, while Robert Kocharian's party won only 21.04 percent. Former Prime Minister and former President Serzh Sargsyan's party won only 5.23 percent of the vote. Therefore, despite losing the war with the Azerbaijani people, the Armenian people voted for Nikol Pashinyan. "Perhaps it is an indication that people are tired of the old corrupt regime. It is very surprising to me that he won with such a mandate after losing the war with Azerbaijan. After the defeat, protesters in Armenia took to the streets demanding his resignation."

Date
2021.06.21 / 22:15
Author
Nurlana Ahmadova
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