Six questions to Nikol Pashinyan left without answers

Six questions to Nikol Pashinyan left without answers

The escalation in Nagorno-Karabakh started on September 27 raises a lot of questions to Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan. Yesterday, journalist and TV presenter Roman Babayan and RT editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan asked some of them in the Svoya Pravda program on NTV. Vestnik Kavkaza publishes these unanswered questions with the proviso that we do not support Mr. Babayan’s decision not to disclose his sources, taking into account the fact that journalists usually do not have access to such information.

Roman Babayan’s questions 

1st question. Is it true that the Russian Federation, starting nearly from the first day of this war, offered you various settlement models, including very good settlement models (not the adopted eventually, but very good ones), and you refused every time you listened to these proposals?

2nd question. Is it true that literally from the first seconds of the escalation, you were offered help, and this help in huge amounts was provided to you instantly?

3rd question. Is it true that dozens of Russian military transport aircraft landed at Armenian military airfields and other areas?

4th question. Is it true that you received all the weapons systems you requested?

"Answer these questions, and then we will figure out, whether you are able to be responsible for your actions and capable of leading the state. People who continue to support you today may learn a lot of new things," Roman Babayan said, addressing Nikol Pashinyan.

Margarita Simonyan’s questions 

1st question. Is it true that all this time, you, Mr. Pashinyan, consulted and endlessly talked with your US friends at different levels (not even highest), and thus you lingered not making decisions that were proposed to you by Russia in order to stop the escalation of the conflict?

2nd question. Is it true that your slowness and uncertainty, your attempt to keep a foot in both worlds has led to the current situation [the defeat of Armenia]?


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