Artsakh President Says He’s Worried About Armenia Crisis, Offers To Mediate.

President of Artsakh, Arayik Harutyunyan in a Facebook post said that recent political developments in Armenia are worrying.

Harutyunyan’s comments came immediately after the General Staff of the Armenian Armed forces demanded the resignation of PM Nikol Pashinyan, who said, in turn, that he has already dismissed the Chief of General Staff, Colonel-General Onik Gasparyan.

Arayik Harutyunyan said that he is currently in Yerevan and is ready to fulfill a mediation mission in overcoming this political crisis with honor.

The post reads as follows,

“The recent internal political developments in the Republic of Armenia are very worrying, I urge all parties to show sobriety and common sense, otherwise our defeat will be much deeper and fatal. Enough of the bloodshed we have shed, now is the time to put an end to crises, to go through a long process of development and strengthening.

Being in Yerevan at the moment, I am ready to bring my mediation mission to overcome this political crisis with honor.”

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