DEPUTY SAYS ARMENIAN LAND ON AUCTION
Viktor Dallakyan, member of parliament, blamed power authorities
today in "putting the Armenian land into auction."
In his words, the Armenian-Georgian committees must have finished
the design of the state border by the end of this year. Dallakyan
cited Armenian deputy foreign minister Gegham Gharibjanyan as saying
that the committees are suggested to be guided by the decisions of
the central executive committees dating back 1938. However, Dallakyan
said Andranik Margaryan refuted this statement saying the negotiations
are not around the map of 1938.
The deputy says 1938 map is unacceptable since there is a danger of
losing Armenian land. He said the point is about giving away land in
former Borchalu region to Georgia.