ArmInfo. I have nothing to hide and I am ready to answer all the questions of the parliamentary committee investigating the 2016 April War. Third president of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan announced on April 16.
He emphasized that he has answers to all the questions that will be in the committee. <Since I have nothing to hide, I asked for an audio recording from the meeting. I noted that I would like to answer the questions after the completion of the state of emergency, because I want to answer all the questions, but the commission decided to hold the meeting on April 16,> Sargsyan emphasized.
The third president of Armenia also said that immediately after the completion of the state of emergency in the country, he will invite all media outlets at which he will answer all questions of journalists. <I have something to say, but I prefer to talk about everything not in a hurry, but in calm conditions. The answers given for a tick cannot satisfy the press, so you will not receive answers to all your questions. Today my office will make a statement>, Sargsyan emphasized.
It should be noted that on April 16 at 2:00 pm third President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan will participate in the meeting of the parliamentary committee investigating the 2016 April War. Earlier, Sargsyan stated that he would take part in a meeting of the committee only if his request request on being allowed to have a copy of the video recording of his upcoming testimony at a parliamentary committee hearing investigating the 2016 April War circumstances has been granted. The head of the committee, Andranik Kocharyan, satisfied this demand of Sargsyan.
To recall, the parliamentary committee to investigate the circumstances of the April war in Karabakh was created in 2019. The Committee included representatives of all factions of the National Assembly. The purpose of her work is to identify possible errors, shortcomings or inaction on the part of the then authorities during the aforementioned period of aggravation of the situation at the border, which led to the death of more than 100 Armenian servicemen.