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I will do whatever it takes to serve Armenia. This includes renunciation of Canadian citizenship.

Axar.az reports that these words were said by Bagrat Galstanyan, bishop of Tavush, who led the protests in Yerevan.

The bishop clarified the issue of renouncing his Canadian citizenship to become prime minister:

"For me, Canadian citizenship is just a document, a passport and proof that I live in that country. I thank them for that. That passport was given to me not in exchange for any service, but with all the legal means necessary to stay there as a spiritual leader. I have many friends in the religious and political communities in that country. However, I am ready to do whatever it takes to serve Armenia. If necessary, I will also give up my Canadian citizenship."

It should be noted that the "Haykakan Jamanak" newspaper, which is connected to Nikol Pashinyan's government, wrote that it was impossible for B. Galstanyan to be nominated for the post of the country's prime minister due to his dual citizenship.

2024.05.14 / 23:12
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