21 September 2020

The BBC presenter put Pashinyan in a bad situation - Updated/Video

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Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan gave an interview to the BBC's Hard Talk program. reports that during the interview, the host of the program Stephen Sakur Pashinyan had a hard time. Thus, during the program, Pashinyan tried to clarify the statement "Karabakh is Armenia and point":

"Why did I say that Nagorno-Karabakh is Armenia? First, Nagorno-Karabakh has been inhabited by the Armenian people for several thousand years, and by the way, the name has been Artsakh for several thousand years," he said.

While stating this, Pashinyan said he was "not a nationalist."

After that, Sakur asked whether Pashinyan would apologize for the war crimes committed by Armenians in Karabakh, but could not get a specific answer from Nikol. In response to the question, Pashinyan again began to accuse Azerbaijan of the Khojaly genocide.


2020.08.14 / 20:32
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