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June 18, 2018
Internal riots will make Artsakh vulnerable.

We are concerned about the events, taking place in Stepanakert these days that have become the reason for riots, as they jeopardize the internal stability of Artsakh. The aggravation of the domestic political situation in the country and uncompromising positions are unacceptable, since they can make security and peace in Artsakh more vulnerable.

Catholicos of All Armenians Garegin II

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