Yerevan, Armenia – As the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia ended with the agreement signed earlier in the week, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who suffered a huge loss of prestige and was asked to resign, appeared. Pashinyan’s statement via Facebook was censored by the Armenian press.

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who was heavily defeated by Azerbaijan and was the target of criticism in his country after the Nagorno-Karabakh agreement, appeared. ” If I had not signed the text of the agreement, 20 thousand Armenian soldiers would have fallen under siege,” Pashinyan explained on his Facebook account why he accepted the agreement.

“The most important issue at the moment is the status of Karabakh. Recognition of Artsakh’s independence remains a top priority. We have more serious reasons for this,” he said.

Pashinyan’s Facebook post was ignored by the Armenian press.

On the other hand, the channels did not broadcast Pashinyan’s Facebook post until it was broadcast in Armenia. News sites also did not contain any news about the issue when Pashinyan spoke.