Two politicians have come to the fore in ongoing protests in Armenia, mainly in the capital Yerevan, demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Nicole Pashkina: Ishkhan Sagatelyan and Arthur Vanetsyan.
The protests, which began in mid-April, have been widespread since May 1. The main organizers are Armenia in the parliament and These are the “I’m proud” blocks. They are at peace with Azerbaijan and He is against establishing relations with Turkey.
Ishkhan Sagatelyan, born in 1982, has a bachelor’s degree in international relations from Yerevan State University and received a master’s degree, Armenia Milli He graduated from the Institute of History of the Academy of Sciences. He is a candidate of historical sciences.
He has been a member of the Dashnaktsutyun Party since 1999 and currently heads the organization.
2018For some time he was the governor of Gegharkunik province.
Artur Vanetsyan is from the “I am proud” bloc. Third in the bloc with his Homeland Party president The Republican Party of Armenia, headed by Serzh Sargsyan, has united.
Artur Vanetsyan, born in 1979, is a graduate of the Armenian State Agrarian University Russia Academy of the Federal Security Service, St. Petersburg Foreign Economic Relations and He graduated from the Law Institute. General is a major.
Nicole Pashinyan, born in 1975, is the leader of the Civil Accord Party.
2018On May 8, he became the Prime Minister in the wake of the revolution, the same year (with the “My Step” bloc) and 2021 (with the Civil Accord Party) parliament won the election and formed a government.
Armenia occupied many regions of Azerbaijan during the 1988-1994 aggression.
In military operations conducted by Azerbaijan since September 27, 2020 and November 10As a result of the ceasefire agreement reached in Jabrayil, Fizuli, Zangilan, Gubadli, Aghdam, Kalbajar districts, Shusha, Lachin, Khojavend, Khojaly districts and part of the former Aghdara region free to Upper Karabakh and On the way to Lachin to Armenia Russia a military contingent was infiltrated.
Azerbaijan-Armenia peace talks have been underway since 2021, as well as a Turkish-Armenian dialogue. (Innovator)