Nov 26 2011
So long as we do not resolve the problem, the border will always be
restless – Armenian President
November 26, 2011 | 13:53
As long as the problem is unresolved, the Armenian-Azerbaijani border
will always be restless, Armenia’s President Serzh Sargsyan stated,
during a briefing with news reporters, commenting on Azerbaijan’s
recent ceasefire violations and its killing of two Armenian soldiers.
`So long as the problem is yet unresolved, the border will always be
restless. But we wish this restless situation does not cause human
losses,’ Sargsyan noted.
In his words, `the blame for our soldiers’ losses falls entirely upon
Azerbaijan’s authorities, and the responsibility for the losses in
their army also falls upon them. If a soldier’s death means nothing to
them, our soldier’s life is very precious for us.’
`I believe this restless situation would gradually ease, since that is
what human rationality demands,’ Serzh Sargsyan maintained.
To note, 19-year-old Armenian conscripts Aren Simonyan and Mihran
Margaryan were killed on November 19 and 20 respectively, by