ArmInfo. The Armenian Security Council has released a 26-second video clip from the September 30, 2020 Security Council meeting, which features a speech by former Chief of the General Staff of Armenia Onik Gasparyan.
Thus, the Security Council decided to support Nikol Pashinyan in his recent statement that the head of the General Staff did not report on the need to stop hostilities on the 4th day of Azerbaijan's military aggression against Artsakh.
Apparently, the Security Council considered it insufficient to publish excerpts from secret documents from this meeting and decided to present more convincing arguments in their opinion as video footage from the general's speech.
In the video, in particular, Gasparyan speaks about the high combat capability of the Armenian army, which fully fulfills its tasks. He also notes that the enemy has no success. Gasparyan also reports on the successful implementation of a small operation in the direction of Jabrayil, and assures that the army will stand to the end.
However, the video does not give a complete picture of what is happening at this meeting. As Gasparyan stated earlier, he still warned that we should seek peace, and this idea is in the protocols. How pragmatic is it in today's situation to engage in "mouse fuss" over who spoke about what, and who warned whom about what, because after a fight, you should not wave your fists and sort things out at a time when the enemy, inspired by victory and expressing new territorial claims to Armenia, is watching the farce with mockery.
And while the Security Council of Armenia, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and his team, as well as the former Chief of the General Staff of Armenia Onik Gasparyan are trying to prove which of them was the first to offer to surrender, and not to find ways to stop the enemy with minimal losses, Azerbaijan is actively consolidating its victories.
The Azerbaijani side is actively building infrastructure in a number of key areas, trying to attract foreign investors, including in the occupied territories of Artsakh. So, yesterday, the network posted footage of the destruction of five-story buildings in the city of Shushi. And in the meantime, it also erases the traces of the Armenian presence in these territories.
And in Armenia, even 6 months after the war, instead of thinking about eliminating the consequences, proposing and starting to implement serious socio-economic projects, politicians and the military are busy settling personal accounts and fighting for a place in the sun.