Karen Harutyunyan, editor-in-chief of “Civilnet” writes:
“Because we are not honest.
We are not honest that we considered the 1997 settlement plan as “Levon is selling Karabakh”.
We are not honest that Key West announced that “Kocharian is selling Meghri”.
We are not honest when we do not admit that Madridyan was a progress from the plan of 1997. Why it was not implemented is another question.
We are not honest that we condemned Lavrov’s plan nationally both before and after the revolution.
We are not honest when we considered the document of November 9, 2020 as a capitulation, when that agreement did not at all express the end result of our defeat and preserved the actual independence and Armenianness of Artsakh.
We are not honest when we refused point 9 of the document of November 9, exaggerating the importance of that path, sacrificing Artsakh and actually choosing the greatest evil.
We are not honest when we did not correctly assess the greatest evil in the 2021 special elections.
We are not honest when we expect more from Russia than it can and is ready to do. We are not honest or stupid when we declare war on the most famous man in the world with the slogans of sovereignty, further endangering our sovereignty and territorial integrity.
We are not honest when we attribute all the failures exclusively to the past 25-30 years, ignoring the terrible failures that we have allowed and are causing now.
We are not honest when we expect the salvation of Armenia from Komsomol Euro-officials and America.
Not all those who, having escaped their sons from the army and the shar, are promoting sovereignty from their castles in Verin Antarain and luxurious restaurants in Yerevan, with American and Canadian passports in their pockets, are not honest.
We are scoundrels if we bring new trouble to Syunik’s head and sacrifice new lives.”
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