In Armenia, they cannot find Nikol Pashinyan, the Prime Minister does not appear in public after information about the truce with Azerbaijan as part of the confrontation over Nagorno-Karabakh.
Image via: instagram: @nikolpashinyan_official
The agreement of the parties was signed on November 10 with the mediation of Russia. At the same time, Yerevan had to make significant concessions. After the relevant news, a number of residents of Armenia came to the government building, believing that the conditions set for the country actually became a confirmation of its “surrender”. Subsequently, some managed to get into the building of the Cabinet of Ministers and start pogroms there with the demand to extradite Pashinyan, “Hrapark” writes.
The Prime Minister continues to communicate with the population via Facebook, but the video is filmed so that his whereabouts remain unknown. Some sources claim that the politician is hiding in a bunker in the building of the Ministry of Defense, where he feels more protected.