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Ex-President of Armenia considers the continuation of the war for Karabakh real

Ex-President of Armenia considers the continuation of the war for Karabakh real
Robert Kocharian, ex-president of Armenia, considers the continuation of the war with Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh real. According to the former leader of the country, it will happen, as the results of the last military clash between Yerevan and Baku were unfair and humiliating for Armenians.

Sputnik Armenia news agency reported this..

Kocharyan thinks, that Yerevan was forced to accept the provisions, voiced 10 November in the Tripartite Agreement. He in no way blames the OSCE Minsk Group for this. Furthermore, ex-president considers this negotiating platform important and necessary for Armenia. But the reason for Yerevan's acceptance of the shameful conditions of peace was the failed policy of the country's top leadership..

World experience shows, that a world too unjust cannot last long.
– Kocharyan thinks.

In his opinion, a new outbreak of armed conflict between Yerevan and Baku over Nagorno-Karabakh is likely in the future. To illustrate, the Armenian ex-president gives an example of events in Europe in the first half of the last century in the interval between the two world wars.. Then the unfair and humiliating conditions of peace for Germany after the 1st World War led over time to a new escalation of the global conflict..

According to Kocharyan, in Baku they are wrong, counting, that the Karabakh problem has been finally resolved and a repetition of the armed conflict is not expected.

Meanwhile, the Armenian portal of judicial and legal information Datalex reported, that the first deputy head of the General Staff of Armenia, Lieutenant General Tigran Khachatryan, dismissed by the President of the country Armen Sargsyan, filed a lawsuit to declare this decision unlawful. The general was fired a week ago on the initiative of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan.

used photos:Ministry of Defense of Armenia

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