We asked to stop Second Karabakh war on October 19, Armen Grigoryan says
Secretary of the Security Council of Armenia Armen Grigoryan denied the allegations that the military command of the occupation forces proposed to stop the Second Karabakh war after four days of hostilities in Azerbaijan.
“The genuine report (of the former head of the Armenian General Staff) Onik Gasparyan on the course of the war does not in any way correspond to what was said about the alleged proposals to stop the war on the fourth day. Not a single thought was expressed that would have ambiguous meaning, for example, that the war should be stopped,” he said in an interview with civil.net.
Such proposals did take place about three weeks after the outbreak of hostilities. “The talks about the need to stop the war due to the lack of resources were held at the meeting of the Security Council on October 19. It was said that we have 2-3 days,” Armen Grigoryan said, adding that, despite requests, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan did not agree to surrender for another three weeks.