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Ashot Manucharyan: Armenia may face chaos or isolation at any moment

  • by David Stepanyan

  • Wednesday, July 30, 20:09

 Armenia may face chaos or isolation at any moment, member of the Karabakh Committee, national security advisor of the former Armenian president Ashot Manucharyan told journalists on Wednesday.

He said that Russia can use any pretext to bring its peacekeeping forces to Nagorno-Karabakh and thereby to block the Caucasian corridor.  "Sometimes governments act not for the sake of their peoples but on the instruction of some third forces, for example, a group of international oligarchs," Manucharyan said.

He said that today Armenia has nether own will nor ideology and is doing only what others tell it to do. "But things can change if our people start thinking and acting," Manucharyan said.

He believes that the Diaspora can help a lot in this matter. "Our Diaspora is our treasure and it can help us out of this situation," Manucharyan said.

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