ArmInfo. The parliamentary committee to investigate the events of the April war of 2016 will complete its work on June 4. The head of the committee Andranik Kocharyan stated this on May 18 in an interview with reporters.
The MP noted that the committee had collected enough information regarding the events of the April war. He also noted that one of the main tasks of the committee is to prepare in the near future a high-quality report on the revealed circumstances and events.
<I think that now the committee has accumulated enough information regarding the April 2016 war. The report will be provided to the National Assembly, the country's leadership, and then, we will be ready to submit all the materials to the public. The report will be submitted to parliament no earlier than September of the current year>, Kocharyan emphasized.
To note, the parliamentary committee to investigate the circumstances of the April war in Karabakh was set up in 2019. The Committee included representatives of all factions of the National Assembly. The purpose of its 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 troops. The committee has already been visited by the third president of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan, former Minister of Defense Seyran Ohanyan, former Minister of Defense of Artsakh Levon Mnatsakanyan, head of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Armenia Artak Davtyan, former Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan, while former Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Armenia Yuri Khachaturov refused to answer the Committee's questions.