Moscow, Russia – After the loss of Nagorno-Karabakh, the Armenian citizens held Russia as well as the Pashinyan government. Responding harshly to criticism of Russia, Sputnik Editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan said, “Any Armenian who dares to criticize Russia should go and cut out his dirty tongue. They brought the national traitor to power, who created the prerequisite for war,” he said.

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan agreed with the heads of State of Russia and Azerbaijan and accepted defeat. As the news caused internal confusion in the country, Pashinyan blamed the army and said that the army had withdrawn from the war as a result of briefings.

After receiving news of the defeat, Armenian citizens stormed the government building and demanded Pashinyan’s resignation. One of the criticisms in Armenia was Russia. Russia has reportedly not provided the necessary support.

“Every Armenian who criticizes Russia must cut out his dirty tongue”

Margarita Simonyan, editor-in-chief of RT and Sputnik, Russia’s largest media network, harshly criticized Armenians who criticized Russia. “Any Armenian who dares to criticize Russia right now should go and cut out his dirty tongue,” Simonyan said.

“They brought to power the national traitor who created the prerequisite for this war”

“They brought to power the national traitor who created the prerequisite for this war,” Simonyan said, noting that Armenian citizens should only criticize themselves.

“Without Russia, Karabakh could be lost next week”

“Every Armenian must understand one thing: if it were not for Russia, all of Karabakh could be completely lost next week,” Simonyan said.