STEPANAKERT (Realist English). If Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan wants to hand over something, he can give up his property, the head of the Artsakh village of Aghavno Andranik Chaushyan said.
“We did not give him the right to make decisions for us and make concessions at our expense. His actions should be regarded as a manifestation of preparation for high treason with a clear excess of authority. This is the wish of Pashinyan and Aliyev, and we are not going to fulfill their wish. We are not going to concede anything. I am the owner of the house, I will not give up my house, but it’s not about the square meters of the house. We have graves, we have sanctuaries, how can we leave? Nikol Pashinyan, who constantly hand over land, has not been given this mandate by anyone, and we will not allow him to make decisions about our destiny. The land of Artsakh is a pan—Armenian land. Artsakh cannot be his property,” the telegram channel Re:public of Artsakh quotes Chaushyan.
On July 6, the Armenian Prime Minister told Russian President Vladimir Putin about the activities of the “Armenian-Azerbaijani commission on delimitation and border security”, which is allegedly engaged in unblocking regional communications.
On June 27, Pashinyan announced his intention to hand over the Armenian villages of Berdzor and Aghavno to the power of the henchmen of the Baku regime. The reason is the construction of a new road bypassing Berdzor (Lachin), which provides a land connection between Artsakh and Armenia.
In the autumn of 2020, using the tacit consent of the Kremlin, the armed forces of Turkey and Azerbaijan attacked Artsakh and Armenia with the support of international mercenary terrorists from Syria, Libya and Afghanistan. Since then, Baku and Ankara have continued their occupation policy on Armenian lands, physically destroying Armenian cultural heritage — churches, khachkars, museums and all kinds of mentions of Armenians on stone or on paper.