ArmInfo.The work of our commission in the framework of meetings with interviewed witnesses will end before the end of this month, after which we will begin to process the collected materials. A similar opinion was expressed to ArmInfo, by the member of the Armenian parliament from the "My Step" bloc, member of the Commission for the Investigation of the April War, Kristine Poghosyan.
"The questions to ex-president Serzh Sargsyan are almost ready. We are waiting for his visit to parliament. As well as the arrival of Yuri Khachaturov. I am convinced that Khachaturov will express a desire to come to our commission himself. I don't think our commission is investigating issues related to our guys and our army is a place where you can't come. Everyone should assist in clarifying the truth, "a member of the commission is convinced.
According to her, the final conclusion of the commission depends on the answers of all those invited without exception. And with each invitee, the commission has new questions or, on the contrary, answers to many questions are formed. Poghosyan informed that the commission will complete the first stage of its work after several meetings in Artsakh.
Answering the question whether the work of the commission does not complicate the state of emergency and does this work contradict this regime, Poghosyan noted that the commission, like the whole parliament, continues to work as usual. Moreover, holds extraordinary meetings. "We are doing our work. And I think that it is in this situation that it is very important that each of us do his job, fulfill his duties," the parliamentarian summed up.
The April parliamentary commission to investigate the circumstances that led to the deaths of more than 100 soldiers was created in 2019. It consists of representatives of all fractions of the National Assembly. The purpose of the commission's work is to identify possible errors, shortcomings, and inaction of the then authorities in the aforementioned period. The commission was visited by ex-Minister of Defense Seyran Ohanyan, head of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Armenia Artak Davtyan. It was reported earlier that the former head of the General Staff, Yuri Khachaturov, refused to appear on the commission. Ex- President Serzh Sargsyan will answer the questions of the commission on April 16.