Yerevan, 23.February.2019,

Authorities should be given opportunity to neutralize threat coming from outside – Aram Manukian

“During the war people, especially representatives of parties must be more sober. It is time to act and not speak. There are countries were political activity either stops in conditions of war or is being brought to a minimum as during that time the potential of the state should be addressed on the neutralization of threat of war or establishment of peace,” Armenian National Congress MP Aram Manukyan said speaking to, adding that the ANC has reviewed its politics of permanent criticism of authorities.

“We are doing everything not to have escalation on the border and the authorities must be given an opportunity to address its energy on the neutralization of external threat,” he said.

Aram Manukyan remembered the 90s, when during the most difficult year – 1992 Armenia not having yet got statehood was carrying out war while people in the Freedom Square were calling for the change of power. “They were chanting Levon go away in time when he was winning in the war. It is necessary to be more attentive and restricted,” he said.

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