Serzh Sargsyan: Baku turned migration from Armenia into fixed idea

Serzh Sargsyan: Baku turned migration from Armenia into fixed idea

PanARMENIAN.Net - The much-discussed issue of migration from Armenia seemed to have turned into a fixed idea for Baku, which is publicly stating “we'll wait for the day everyone leaves Armenia, thus resolving our issues with Yerevan,” Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan said.

“Azeris have also jumped to conclusions that strengthening of the Armenian army is a way to cover opposition- related issues,” the President told a news conference, characterizing a strong, outspoken opposition as an achievement many countries lack. “Even if Azeri opposition were given right of free speech, Armenia wouldn't base it strategy on Azeri opposition theses. Only the authorities actually working with the opposition would understand that,” the President remarked.

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