As part of the next “games of geopolitics,” the occupiers’ propaganda service from the notorious “ForPost” decided to threaten the authorities of Yerevan after the recent statements of the Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan that “Russia…if it wants to, will not be able to provide for the security needs of Armenia”, and that Armenia “tasted the bitter fruits” of such mistake. Also, “columnists” from “ForPost” are also angry about the current trip of Pashinyan’s wife to Kiev for the Summit of First Ladies and Gentlemen, declaring that “the foreign policy course of the once friendly Armenia has obviously changed, and changed sharply, but, alas, as expected”.

The fact that propagandists decided to “scare” the Armenian authorities with their “democratic ideas” with some “bloody revolutions” is, to put it mildly, not news, but in addition to this, a certain informant of the occupiers, Maria Degtereva, decided to “promise problems” personally to Prime Minister Pashinyan, announcing the “most unpredictable” scenario for him . Here the Kremlin actually has direct terrorist experience: on October 27, 1999, a terrorist attack was carried out in Yerevan during a session of the National Assembly of Armenia, the victims of which were Prime Minister Vazgen Sargsyan and Speaker Karen Demirchyan, Vice-Speakers Yuri Bakhshyan and Ruben Miroyan, Minister Leonard Petrosyan, deputy Armen Armenakyan and academician Mikael Kotanyan.

We previously wrote that the perpetrators of this crime in Moscow, brothers Nairi and Karen Hunanyan, lived in Yevpatoria before the terrorist attack, where, among other things, they not only fell into the circulation of Russian military intelligence, but both became close acquaintances of one Natalia, who would later become the notorious Poklonskaya. Thus, it can be stated that by losing its bloody web in the South Caucasus, the Kremlin can really behave like a rat driven into a corner, which the Armenian authorities should understand well and take appropriate precautions.

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