Yerevan, Armenia – Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan made statements to a television station for the first time since the defeat in Nagorno-Karabakh.
After the Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict, the public reaction to Nikol Pashinyan, who accepted defeat in Nagorno-Karabakh, continues.
As large protests took place in Yerevan, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan spoke to the country’s state television.
We can tear up this document. But we must consider the fate of our nation. I’ve never heard anyone suggest anything different.
Our army fought to the end. Of course, we had logistics and supply problems before, but we tried to solve them. When setbacks began at the front, our mission was to create a breaking point in the war. After the fall of Shusha, we saw that this mission was impossible.
If I hadn’t decided in a few hours and signed the text of the agreement, thousands of soldiers would have been captured in Khankendi.
“False information came from Shusha”
On the last day, we received information that we have 50 fighters in Shusha. I requested a video conversation with them, and then when I spoke, I saw that they were in Khankendi.
Azerbaijan won the Karabakh War thanks to drones and special forces. We will continue to reform the army and the state system.