12 August 2020

As soon as Pashniyan's son discharged the attack started

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Tensions in Tovuz began just three days after the dismissal of Ashot Pashinyan, the son of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan.

This was reported by the Russian agency Rosbalt. According to the agency, critics of the prime minister believe that this is not a coincidence, because Pashinyan puts his personal interests first when making military-political decisions.

"The situation was almost stable when his son served. Suddenly there was an unexpected fire," the agency said.

2020.07.15 / 15:24
Tural Azimzadeh
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