Cold shower for Armenian Prime Minister Pashinyan near the military: prevented him from leaving flowers on the grave

Cold shower for Armenian Prime Minister Pashinyan near the military: prevented him from leaving flowers on the grave


The anger and reaction against the Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan, who was defeated by Azerbaijan, does not stop.

Pashinyan visited the town of Getap in the country’s Vayots Dzor region. The brother of the soldier first reacted to Pashinyan, who wanted to leave flowers on the grave of an Armenian soldier who died in the Nagorno-Karabakh war, and then prevented the leaving of flowers in the grave.

“I DO NOT ALLOW YOU, GO”

Those moments were recorded with an amateur camera. It was seen in the footage that Pashinyan approached the grave to lay flowers. The soldier’s brother said, “This is my brother’s tomb. I have the right and I do not allow you. Go”

MILITARY COULD NOT CONVENIENCE

The officials, who visited Pashinyan with him, tried to persuade the military relative, but he was not successful. According to the news in the local media, his relative of the soldier was angry with Pashinyan and said, “None of the officials helped to find my brother’s body, on the contrary, they intervened in our efforts”.

THE CHURCH WAS EXPOSED BY THE PAPAZI ALSO

On the other hand, after the Karabakh operation launched by Azerbaijan to save the occupied territories, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan confronted the people for the first time in December last year. Pashinyan reached out to the priest during the religious ceremony held for his soldiers who died in the church. The priest did not give Pashinyan his hand by reacting, and then he showed the door and asked him to leave.

WE WILL RESCUE AT THE END OF THIS MONTH

Pashinyan announced that he would resign in the last ten days of April to pave the way for early elections. Pashinyan has been called to resign since November last year, as he approved the ceasefire mediated by Russia after Azerbaijan’s loss in the Karabakh operation to save its occupied territories.


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