Serzh Sargsyan: adversary will have to believe in whatever Armenia believes

Serzh Sargsyan:  adversary will have to believe in whatever Armenia believes

YEREVAN, January 31. /ARKA/. Candidate for Armenia’s president the current president Serzh Sargsyan stated that the adversary will have to believe in what Armenia believes. Sargsyan made this statement at his meeting with voters in Vanadzor.

“One cannot force concessions from Armenia using blackmail and pre-conditions. Ii is impossible and will never be possible to make us lose our memory and optimism toward the future using apparent lie and falsifications,” Sargsyan said as quoted by the election office.

Sargsyan pointed out that Turkey will not escape international recognition and condemnation of the Armenian genocide and will not escape the issues that its own society raises before the authorities. On the other side, Azerbaijan will get an, at least, equally strong response to any military gamble.

“It was impossible and will not be possible to bring Armenia or Nagorno-Karabakh Republic to their knees and violate the law, neither the will of Artsakh to live freely and independently”, Sargsyan said.

The candidate stressed that no nation is an enemy for Armenia. 

“We fully understand that the Armenian-hater toxin being sown by the authorities (of Azerbaijan), will of course affect the society, especially the young. We witness that poor leadership and poisoning one’s own society with hostility may pose an explosion threat to the entire region. Yet, I would like to repeat that there are no enemy nations for us, and I am confident that, amid spreading information in the 21st century, my words can be heard and understood by anyone living and working beyond the border, and even by those who the poison has already taken effect on”, Sargsyan said.

Even amid the tension in the region “we will have a secure Armenia”, and the army is the primary security guarantor, he said. 

Armenian presidential elections will be held in Armenia on February 18. 

Eight nominees are running for Armenia’s president: current president Serzh Sargsyan, former prime minister and leader of Freedom party Hrant Bagratyan, former foreign minister and head of Heritage party Raffi Hovhannisyan, famous Soviet dissident and leader of National Self-Determination party Paruyr Hayrikyan, ex foreign minister of Karabakh Arman Melikyan, political scientist and head of Radio Hay Andrias Ghukasyan, philologist Vardan Sedrakyan and leader of National Consent party Aram Harutinyan.  -0- 

15:20 31.01.2013





 

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