Baku / 07.06.19 / Turan: Reciprocal accusations and accusations of betrayal between official Yerevan and the leaders of Karabakh continue.
Thus, on June 5, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, in an interview with journalists, accused the leaders of Nagorno-Karabakh of sabotage.
“I met several times with the military-political leadership of Nagorno-Karabakh and presented my vision of the settlement of the Karabakh problem and asked if there are any complaints regarding my vision or proposal, do they agree with this vision or not? It turned out that everyone agrees with this.
However, after that, the people there began to spread rumors through their assistants that the government was leasing land.
I spoke with this person in terms of confidentiality, as I imagine everything, what steps we should take to move forward, and this person comes out and tells his assistant – go to Facebook and write that Pashinyan donates the land – what is he doing ?” said Pashinyan, hinting at the leader of Karabakh, Bako Sahakyan.
He further added that so far the Armenian leadership has not informed Karabakh on the progress of negotiations on a settlement.
“I gave them documents on the Karabakh talks. Before that, they were not aware of what was happening. “I asked you five times, do you know what was discussed, what you agreed on?”, but they did not know, “said Pashinyan.
A few hours later, Bako Sahakyan made a statement to the press, where he denied Pashinyan’s allegations that the leadership of Karabakh.
“Now, and in the past, before and after the talks with Azerbaijan, the Armenian authorities informed the leadership of Karabakh about the issues under discussion and recent developments,” said Sahakyan.
Local observers regard what is happening as a continuation of an alarming trend, indicating a growing distrust between Yerevan and Karabakh, which violates stability and threatens the security of the Armenian side.