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Robert Kocharian congratulated citizens of the country on  Independence Day and made another political statement

Robert Kocharian congratulated citizens of the country on  Independence Day and made another political statement

ArmInfo.Second President of Armenia Robert Kocharian congratulated the citizens of the country on Independence Day.

The message of the second president of Armenia received by ArmInfo  agency says:  "Dear compatriots, I congratulate you on Independence  Day. Our path to independence was extremely difficult and full of  trials. It began with the war, the collapse of the economy and the  energy crisis, which greatly depressed all our citizens. However,  despite these trials, and despite them "During these years, the  foundation was laid for our independence. We paid a very high price  for our independence, and we must maintain it. However, it is  impossible to maintain independence without strong statehood,"  Kocharian emphasized.

I had the honor of leading the country for 10 years and I am grateful  to the judge for serving my homeland.  During these years, much has  been done to strengthen the country's security, economic development  and state building>, Kocharian noted. In his opinion, today the  country faces the danger of losing everything that we have achieved  for many years at the cost of blood and sweat: <"Revolutionary fever"  destroys the institutional foundations of the state, destroys  traditional national values, sows intolerance and mutual hatred>, -  said Kocharian .

He expressed the hope that the country would find the strength to  withstand the impending danger. "Our society will overcome all these  tests, becoming stronger and wiser, and gain experience in  distinguishing black from white, a liar from the one who is telling  the truth, shameless populism from responsible politics," the second  president of Armenia noted.  Kocharian wished the residents of  Armenia peace and prosperity. 

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