Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who is seen as the main architect of his country’s historic defeat of Armenia by Azerbaijan last year and which caused great political turmoil in Armenia, rolled up his sleeves to be re-elected despite all the calls for resignation and began a series of rallies spanning the entire country.
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan had to declare early parliamentary elections for June 20 after the opposition called, but he again aspired to become Prime Minister despite all the criticism. Pashinyan is running election tours these days and working to get reelected.
According to information from the Russian news agency Tass, Pashinyan promised an incredible election during the rally he organized yesterday in Aparan. Pashinyan announced that he was ready to give his son Ashot in exchange for the capture of the captured Armenian soldiers.
“This is my official appeal to Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev. I am ready to offer my son for all our captives. Using the phrase Pashinyan, his opponents in the legislative elections, former Armenian presidents Serge Sarkissian and Robert Kocharyan, have made heavy accusations and called on them to do the same.
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Pashinyan’s statement comes after Sarkisian’s criticism that the prisoner exchange with Azerbaijan could wait a few more months. In response to ex-Armenian President Serge Sarkissian’s appeal to Pashinyan, “Give your son and take back 20-25 Armenian prisoners from Azerbaijan,” Pashinyan appealed to Azerbaijan in this direction and said: “ Okay, I accept and thank Aliyev. call to replace my son with all the captives. I officially proclaim, I return my son to all prisoners.
Pashinyan’s son Ashot also said on his Facebook account that he was ready for a prisoner swap and had voluntarily accepted his father’s offer.
Former President Sarkissian spoke about the defeat of Azerbaijan in a statement he made the other day and said: “If I were the Chief of Staff, I would have shot myself by now. . He once again blamed his rival Pashinyan with his comments.