ArmInfo.Armenian, like any other society, experiences an irresistible craving for sensations. But, in my opinion, in the pursuit of sensations, we need to remember the national security of our country. A similar opinion was expressed by ArmInfo Chairman of the International Center for Human Development Tevan Poghosyan.
"The resignation of the director of the National Security Council and all the accompanying processes are directly linked to the field of national security. In this light, any assessments and comments should be carefully weighed, they need to be carefully checked. Considering that, let's say, countries unfriendly to us can take advantage of our internal problems , we need to approach such issues with a greater degree of responsibility, "the analyst is convinced.
Poghosyan is convinced that the current situation is one of those in which it is necessary to exercise patience, waiting for clarification of reality. In this light, in his opinion, the public needs to ask the question - is the chewing of this situation really based on the interests of Armenia? "For example, I'm more interested in the results of the New York meeting of the foreign ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan. The diversion activity of the Azerbaijani military, the situation around Artsakh in general. It should be understood that our country is at war. Many people don't feel it, but it's like that Accordingly, it seems to me that we all need to ask more questions like this and think about real, rather than secondary issues, "the analyst summed up.
After the resignation of the Director of the National Security Council on September 16, a polemic broke out between him and Prime Minister Pashinyan, with mutual accusations and reproaches. In particular, Vanetsyan told the media that after his resignation, Pashinyan continued to send people to him with a request to "remain silent for a certain time" in order to calm the situation. At the same time, according to him, Pashinyan himself violates his own agreements. Vanetsyan also assessed the prime minister's military skills and knowledge as superficial, in fact stipulating that Pashinyan did not serve in the army.
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