Friday, October 31, 2008

WHAT???


“The Armenian Revolutionary Federation-Dashnaktsutyun is convinced that if the war resumes Armenia will not only preserve the liberated territories but also establish land and water borders with its northern neighbour Russia,” ARFD member and Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly Hrair Karapetyan told a press conference today.
[from a1plus]
ՀՅԴ-ն վստահ է, որ պատերազմի վերսկսման դեպքում հայերը ոչ միայն չեն կորցնի ազատագրված տարածքները, այլեւ սահման ձեռք կբերեն իրենց հյուսիսային հարեւանի հետ, ընդ որում՝ ոչ միայն ցամաքային, այլեւ ծովային: Այս մասին այսօր ԱԺ-ում հրավիրած ասուլիսի ժամանակ հայտարարեց ՀՅԴ ԳՄ անդամ, ԱԺ փոխնախագահ Հրայր Կարապետյանը:
[a1plus]

What...? where...? He can't be serious... Black Sea? Caspian Sea?

2 comments:

Mher said...

aha... Tcovic-tcov Hayastan.

I also posted it here http://khosq.com/hy/article/2008/10/31/hyd_n_baqun_aryan_tsvov_e_dardznelvo%D5%9Eu_a1

What remains to clarify is whether this is yet another example of modern ARFD's delusions and megalomanias, or just another publicity stunt.

Ani said...

Speaking of ?????? Is there an election scheduled in Armenia soon??

http://abc.az/eng/news_30_10_2008_28952.html

Election in Armenia could be one of the arguments in favor of election in Azerbaijan for Azerbaijani parliamentarians

Baku, Fineko/abc.az.

It seems like the topic of the recent presidential elections will be a priority issue at the Meeting of Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe’s (PACE) to be held in January.

The head of PACE Azerbaijani delegation, Chairman of Parliamentary Commission for International Affairs and Inter-Parliamentary Affairs, Samed Seidov said Armenian elections will be discussed as well.

“We will discuss different subjects such as Russia-Georgia conflict, election to be held in Armenia and global financial crisis,” S.Seidov said. Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict is not included into the agenda.

To Azerbaijani delegation this Meeting means a lot as it is going to cover the presidential election held in Azerbaijan October 15. PACE Delegation’s Head for Election Supervision will deliver his speech about the election. During presidential elections in Azerbaijan that mission was being fulfilled by Andres Herkel, Rapporteur and Chairman of PACE. Azerbaijani delegation is preparing its counter-evidences for remarks about supervisors of the Council of Europe, OSCE and EU.

“We have many serious arguments for you to hear and see,” S.Seidov said.