Azerbaijan's anti-terrorist operation in Nagorno-Karabakh, which ended in victory in a short time, has plunged Armenia into chaos. Armenians are protesting against the second heavy defeat against the Azerbaijani army for the second time in 3 years by taking to the streets and organizing demonstrations.
In addition to the coup assassination allegations, it is stated that the Caucasian country may be plunged into chaos due to the ongoing demonstrations.
The detention of eight people in Armenia, who were allegedly preparing to assassinate Pashinian and prepare a coup d'état, increased the belief that the allegations in question have a grain of truth. Pashinian stated that the allied countries did not provide enough support against the overwhelming power of the Azerbaijani army.
"Our vital issue is the survival of our country. In 2020, starting with the second Karabakh war, we fell into a terrible vortex that threatened Armenia's sovereignty and independence. We have seen that the Russian soldiers who came to the Karabakh conflict zone as peacekeepers after the second Karabakh war, instead of ensuring the security of the people there, collaborated with the Azerbaijani side," Pashinian said.
"We understand Armenia's highly emotional behavior in the light of the events of recent days. However, we absolutely do not accept and can never accept that Russia is to blame for what has happened," Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said, rejecting Pashinian's accusations.
After Azerbaijan's 24-hour operation, the intensive force from Nagorno-Karabakh to Armenia continues. It is reported that more than 13 thousand 500 Armenians have crossed into Armenian territory so far after the operation on September 21. Although the Baku administration stated that the Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh will be provided with protection and that they will start working for integration, the migration movement continues.