// IP Marketing video - START// IP Marketing video - END

Artur Aghabekyan resigns as Karabakh prime minister

Artur Aghabekyan resigns as Karabakh prime minister

PanARMENIAN.Net - Artsakh (Nagorno Karabakh) president Bako Sahakyan on Monday, March 20 signed a decree releasing Artur Aghabekyan from the position of vice-prime minister.

Aghabekyan had earlier submitted a corresponding letter.

By a 2012 presidential decree, Aghabekyan was appointed Karabakh's vice-premier, having previously served as Armenia's deputy defense minister, a lawmaker from the Armenian Revolutionary Federation, as well as Karabakh's interior minister.

 Top stories
Prominent filmmakers and producers joined some of the top legal minds in America on March 16 to form Lights. Camera. Reaction.
Aliyev was standing in front of the Maiden Tower where the Armenian church of the Holy Virgin used to rise up until 1990.
In the video, the teacher asks the children who the enemies of Azerbaijan are, and the kids pronounce “the Armenians” in unison.
Don Boyajian is vigorously making his case in the Democratic primary for New York State’s rural northern 21st Congressional district.
Partner news