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Serzh Sargsyan could use his 'weak spot' for pro-Armenian considerations - Vardan Voskanyan

10-06-2021, 11:34 Armenia
Serzh Sargsyan could use his 'weak spot' for pro-Armenian considerations - Vardan Voskanyan


10 June 2021, 11:34 - NovostiNK
Expert in Iranian studies, the representative of "The Salute of Honour and Respect" pre-election bloc Vardan Voskanyan has commented on Facebook the audio recording published by exs-president Serzh Sargsyan, spreading light on an aspect that had been left out.

"The formulation about being a popular leader that will allow to withdraw the forces and hand over the territories by the three presidents to Pashinyan suggests that Armenia's ex-president Serzh Sargsyan had played on this and considering his popularity he didn't go though it. This means Serzh Sargsyan could even use his 'weak spot' for pro-Armenian considerations, while this incapable capitulant preferred to pretend madness and bring Armenia and Artsakh to the brink of disaster," Voskanyan said.

To remind, Armenia's third president Serzh Sargsyan has published an audio recording of Pashinyan speaking at one of the meetings, and confessing that he had often pretended to be insane during meetings with Putin, Nazarbayev and Lukashenko and thus disrupted the pro-Armenian settlement of the Artsakh issue.


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