ArmInfo.Human rights activist Avetik Ishkhanyan believes that the ban on entry into Armenia to such pro-Armenian figures as Viktor Krivopuskov and Konstantin Zatulin not coincidental.
Thus, Ishkhanyan, referring to the announcement of Viktor Krivopuskov persona non grata in Armenia, expressed bewilderment that the Azerbaijanis who kill Armenians can safely enter the RA as tourists, but such figures as Krivopuskov and Zatulin do not.
"Azerbaijan besieged Artsakh, occupied the vast territories of Armenia, did not return our prisoners suffering in prisons, kidnaps and captures people from the territories of Armenia and Artsakh, constantly fires in the direction of the border regions, as a result of which we regularly suffer losses, considers Armenia "Western Azerbaijan ". I don't know what else to list.
And despite all this, Azerbaijani tourists visit Armenia and buy real estate here. And this is in the case that not only citizens of Armenia, but also persons of Armenian origin from other countries, as well as foreign figures who adhere to a pro-Armenian position, are prohibited from entering Azerbaijan.
Is it a coincidence that the same figures are banned from entering Armenia: Konstantin Zatulin, Viktor Krovopuskov (they are banned from entering Azerbaijan for their pro-Armenian activities - ed. note)?" Ishkhanyan asked. In this vein, he also recalled a group of people from the Armenian Diaspora who were banned by the Armenian authorities from entering the country.
"Of course, this is not a coincidence, but a specially developed plan for national destruction, the name of which is "peace", authored by Erdogan-Aliyev- Armenia's traitor Premier," Ishkhanyan said.
It should be noted that on the morning of August 24, it became known that Viktor Krivopuskov, Chairman of the Russian Society for Friendship and Cooperation with Armenia, who arrived at Yerevan's Zvartnots airport in the morning, was denied entry into the Republic of Armenia.
As Krivopuskov himself told the media representatives, he was not shown the official paper, but was asked to return to Moscow. "By banning my entry into Armenia, Nikol Pashinyan made a good gift to Ilham Aliyev and Recep Tayyip Erdogan. I was shocked by the attitude towards me as a public figure who devoted his entire adult life to protecting the interests of the Armenian people of Armenia and Artsakh," he stressed, recalling that since Soviet times, he was banned from entering Azerbaijan, after the publication of the "Rebellious Karabakh" book.
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