Thursday, February 25, 2021

Martial law likely to be enforced in Armenia

After the defeat from Azerbaijan, the Armenian army demanded the resignation of its Prime Minister

After the defeat from Azerbaijan, the Armenian army demanded the resignation of its Prime Minister


Armenia (Today's Chitral latest. February 25, 2021) Martial law is likely to be enforced in Armenia, after the defeat at the hands of Azerbaijan, the Armenian army demanded the resignation of its Prime Minister.  According to foreign media reports, there is a possibility of martial law being imposed in the European country of Armenia.  In Armenia, the army and the government have come face to face, after which the country's prime minister has been asked to resign.

Relations between the Armenian government and the military have soured since the defeat of Nagorno-Karabakh by Azerbaijan.  The Armenian military has accused its prime minister and his government of failing to protect Nagorno-Karabakh interests, prompting the prime minister to resign.

However, reports of a military coup by the Armenian government are currently being denied.

The Armenian government has claimed that the country's prime minister has fired the chief of general staff.  While the Armenian media is claiming that the people of the country are also angry after the defeat of Nagorno-Karabakh against the Prime Minister, the people are also demanding the resignation of their Prime Minister.  It should be noted that last year, a three-decade-old conflict between the European country Armenia and the Islamic country Azerbaijan was once again at war.

The Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan was illegally occupied by Armenia in the 1990s.  Nagorno-Karabakh was declared a territory of Azerbaijan by the United Nations, but Armenia did not relinquish its territory.  As a result, there were many bloody wars between the two countries.  Last year, war broke out again between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the occupation of the region, in which the Islamic country of Azerbaijan defeated the European country.  Later, after Russia's intervention, the two countries agreed to a ceasefire and the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh came under Azerbaijani occupation.

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