Armenian army chief dismisses safety concerns on key interstate road

Armenian army chief dismisses safety concerns on key interstate road

PanARMENIAN.Net - The chief of the General Staff of the Armenian Army, Lieutenant General Artak Davtyan on Tuesday, September 21 dismissed concerns about the safety of an interstate road in the country's Syunik province, which, in the aftermath of the Second Karabakh War, also passes through Azeri-controlled territories.

Davtyan said he uses the road in question to travel to the country's south, describing the process as "normal", reports.

"I don't see a problem to think about, everyone should do their job in good faith," the top military official said. He also expressed confidence that the people and the state will eventually overcome the challenges they are facing and "will have the dream homeland we fought for."

On September 21, Armenians throughout the world are celebrating the 30th anniversary of Armenia's independence.

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