Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who was declared a traitor in Armenia after his great defeat by Azerbaijan in the Nagorno-Karabakh war, addressed the public by publishing a new year message. He made statements regarding Pashinyan’s decision to ban the entry of Turkish products into the country for 6 months.
“Turkey 6 months we apply severe sanctions to be effective,” said Paşiny, “It’s our decision and shaken Turkey market durumda.eg are we reconsider our decision they desist from giving support to Azerbaijan,” he said. Pashinyan’s statements were a mockery on social media.
PROHIBITION ON TURKISH PRODUCTS AFTER THE DEFEAT
After the defeat against Azerbaijan, the Armenian government decided to ban the entry of Turkish products into the country for 6 months. The statement made by the Yerevan government, “the prohibition of entry of Turkish products, due to safety before everything, a decision was taken due to Turkey’s role in Karabakh AnlArdAki,” he said.
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The people of Armenia started protests on 10 November after Pashinyan accepted the defeat against Azerbaijan. Upon this, Pashinyan asked for early elections in 2021 and said, “I am ready to resign from the Prime Minister’s office in line with the people’s decision.”
Finally, Pashinyan, who visited the city of Sisian in the south of the country, was expelled by the priest from the church of Saint Grigor, where he went to commemorate the dead Armenian soldiers.
The images of Pashinyan, who reached out to shake hands in the church, rejected by the priest and expelled from the church with his hand gesture were reflected in the social media posts.
Pashinyan was also not admitted to Goris and other cities in the region due to the protesters blocking the roads.
Fearing the reactions, Pashinyan left his trip halfway and returned to Yerevan.
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