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Naira Badalian

Armenian Security Council Secretary does not think that his reaction  on Vitaly Balasanyan`s statement is extremely rudely

Armenian Security Council Secretary does not think that his reaction  on Vitaly Balasanyan`s statement is extremely rudely

ArmInfo.The issue is related to the insulting remarks by former Secretary of the National Security Council of the unrecognized NKR Vitaly Balasanyan to Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan, in the field of regulation of law  enforcement authorities should find out if there is a corpus delicti  in the statement. Secretary of the Security Council of Armenia Armen  Grigoryan stated this on October 10 in an interview with reporters.

To recall, in one of his interviews Balasanyan made a number of  insulting remarks against Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan  and threatened to physically exterminate those who, in his own words,  would encroach on him, on the power and statehood of Karabakh.

 Moreover, Balasanyan directly accused the prime minister and Sasna   Tsrer of terrorism.  Armen Grigoryan, secretary of the Security   Council of Armenia, responded to the statement by writing on his  Facebook page: "Vitaly Balasanyan behaves like a bully, not as a  candidate for presidency of Artsakh.  Every time after meeting with  Serzh Sargsyan Vitaliy Balasanyan's exacerbations begins  more  reminiscent of deviations. Balasanyan, who has linked his political  career since 2016 with Serzh Sargsyan, will be in a political dump  where his leader is located. "The Prosecutor General's Office said  that Balasanyan's statement was sent to the NSS in order to verify  the circumstances contained in them.

Armen Grigoryan does not believe that he spoke in an extremely rude  manner regarding the statement of Balasanyan. "If I circulated a  statement today, I would have done it in a similar form," he said.

Moreover, according to the head of the Armenian Security Council,  participation in the Artsakh war and heroic ranks, as well as  participation in the "velvet revolution" do not make anyone  privileged before the law. However, despite the concerns of a number  of experts, Grigoryan does not think that these statements can cause  tension between Armenia and Artsakh. "This cannot be true in Artsakh,  the current logic and development will not allow it," he concluded.

It should be noted that Vitaly Balasanyan was called to the Special  Investigation Service a month ago in the framework of the criminal  case of March 1, but he did not appear for questioning. In his  statement, he replied that "he was not personally in Yerevan during  the events of March 1-2, 2008, and his data on the events that took  place in those days are limited to what is accessible to the general  public and were disseminated by the media." By that, in an interview,  Balasanyan claimed that he was also aware of the events of March 1,  2008, that he had information about what had happened. Balasanyan  also joined the statement in defense of the second president of  Armenia arrested in the case of March 1 Robert Kocharian.    

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