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Edward Sharmazanov: The Armenian party striving to the peace in the Karabakh conflict, should be ready to the war

  • by Tatevik Shahunyan

  • Friday, June 6, 16:15

The Armenian party  striving to the peace in the Karabakh conflict, should be ready to  the war, vice-speaker of the Armenian parliament, press-secretary of 
the ruling RPA, Edward Sharmazanov, said when commenting yesterday's  incident at the Armenian-Azerbaijani border, resulted in the death of  the two Armenian soldiers. 

He also emphasized, until there is no final document on the  Karabakh settlement, any scenario in the Karabakh conflict zone must  not be ruled out. However, the resumption of the battle actions in  the conflict zone is hardly possible, he said. 

Sharmazanov added that yesterday's incident showed the true face of  the Azerbaijani barbarian once again, which is not ready to the peace  and does not want peace. "We should not forget that we have been  dealing with a state, where the Armeno-phobia is in the rank of  the state policy. The OSCE MG co-chairs should not forget this 
either", - he concluded.  

To recall, two Armenian soldiers were killed by  Azerbaijani snipers on Thursday on Armenia-Azerbaijan border in  Ararat-Nakhchivan section. The Defense Ministry said Andranik Yegoyan  (1988) and Boris Gasparyan (1992) were killed. According to the  non-official data, the number of the killed soldiers reached five. 

Personal representative of the OSCE chairman-in-office, Andrzej  Kasprzyk, was invited to Armenia's Defence Ministry because of the  incident. 

To note, ArmInfo received a signal yesterday from Eraskh village that  residents of the border villages were being evacuated. But the    information was not proved in Armenia's Defence Ministry and in  Erashk village administration.

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