Armenian “civil defenders” as weapon of Azeri propaganda

Armenian “civil defenders” as weapon of Azeri propaganda

PanARMENIAN.Net - Over the last week, 2 more Armenian soldiers were killed at contact line over Azeri ceasefire violation. Tragic incidents prove the war is not over, with the enemy waiting for a chance to strike. As it turns out, some of our compatriots are waging their own “war”, ready to sacrifice their motherland in pursuit of their own ambitions.

Yesterday, Nov 21, as reported by Armenian TV, a certain Armenian human rights advocate accused official Yerevan of “violating the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE)” at Brussels-hosted NATO session.

As PanARMENIAN.Net discovered, the person in question was identified as Helsinki Citizens' Assembly - Vanadzor Office NGO president Artur Sakunts. Even the fact that Azeri propaganda already excelled in vilifying Armenia, conveniently forgetting of Baku-initiated “arms race” and provocations at contact line was unable to stop Mr. Sakunts’ unfounded accusations.

So far, no international mission was able to accuse Armenia of CFE violation for one clear reason: the country does not violate the Treaty.

Sakunts, however, wasn’t in the least perturbed by an indignant response of other members of Armenian delegation, who were clearly unaware of “good intentions” of the human rights advocate.

One might ask himself, how is such a “defender of human rights”, the rights of Armenians, better that the threesome recently charged with state treason over spying for Azerbaijan?

Hayk Khalatyan / PanARMENIAN News
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