ARF-D REP. FORESEES NEW REGIONAL DEVELOPMENTS
The developments in Syria may also affect the South Caucasus region,
according to a senior politician of the Armenian Revolutionary
“The domestic political developments in Turkey can, to a certain
degree, reduce the country’s role in Syria, at least implicitly. These
domestic developments concern both the Kurdish movement and the trial
of the high ranking servicemen,” Kiro Manoyan, the head of the party’s
Office for Armenian Cause and Political Affairs, told a news conference
“All this may affect Iran, causing the country to get entangled in
regional problems,” he said, adding that Iran’s influence may cause
“This may cause instabilities and a tension in the region, reducing
our relations to one regional neighbor, i.e. – Georgia,” he said.
Manoyan warned the people in both Armenia and the Diaspora to be
ready for possible scenarios, which he said are very clearly outlined.
“The state is making steps it cannot make public even if it wishes so,”
the politician noted.