ArmInfo. Arman Tatoyan, Head of the Center for Law and Justice "Tatoyan" foundation, highlights the fact that at his press conference on May 22 Armenia's Premier Nikol Pashinyan proposed theses similar to those advanced by Azerbaijan's foreign office last year.
According to Mr Tatoyan, Azerbaijan stressed that seven villages of Tavush and Tigranashen would be "reintegrated into Azerbaijan as a result of delimitation."
"In other words, Azerbaijan was even speaking of border delimitation, and a statement was made at the press conference [on May 22] that the villages 'belong to Azerbaijan' without any delimitation," Mr Tatoyan said.
It is pregnant with disastrous consequences for Armenia, for each Armenian. Mr Tatoyan predicts problems involving widespread human rights violations, "our physical security, peace of mind, communication with the outside world, security of Tavush, Vaiots Dzor and Syunik," as well as more internally displaced people, etc.
"The aforementioned villages of Tavush and Tigranashen were an integral part of Soviet Armenia. These are historical Armenian lands.
"The mechanical logic of 'enclave' is the result of our not drawing lessons from the destructive chapters of our history, which idea a number of high-ranking Armenian officials have been advancing in an unacceptable and reprehensible manner since the 44-day war in 2020 by making irresponsible and illegal statements," Mr Tatoyan said.
If anyone fails to imagine what is going to happen with Armenia, let them see what is happening with Artsakh, with the tragic consequences.
"This is the goal of the Azerbaijan's policy toward both Armenia and Artsakh," Mr Tatoyan stated.
At his press conference on May 22, Armenia's Premier Nikol Pashinyan spoke of the transfer of "enclaves" in Tavush and Ararat to Azerbaijan, which will cut Armenia off from the strategically important transport links with Iran and Georgia.