Armenian model Armine Harutyunyan joins terrorist organisation, challenges Azerbaijan

2023-10-02 10:17:38 | Last Update : 2023-10-02 10:28:55

Gucci model Armine Harutyunyan announced that she joined the Armenian terrorist organization Voma, which also includes terrorist organizations PKK and Asala’s terrorists. Harutyunyan, whose armed images were shared, made statements threatening Azerbaijan.

Armenian model Armine Harutyunyan joins terrorist organisation, challenges Azerbaijan
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Armenian model Armine Harutyunyan, whom Gucci played in its advertisements by saying that they are breaking the perception of beauty, announced that she joined Vamo, a terrorist organization against Azerbaijan.

The Armenian model gave an interview to the terrorist organization's channel. Harutyanyan, whose moments of training with a gun in his hand were shared, said in her statement that they would attack Azerbaijan.

‘DECLARE WAR ON AZERBAIJAN'

The Armenian terrorist group threatened Azerbaijan and said that they would declare war against Baku. The terrorist organization Vamo also includes terrorist organizations PKK and ASALA terrorists.

MODEL OF GUCCI

Gucci brought 23-year-old Armine Harutyunyan of Armenian origin to the catwalk as the brand face in 2019.

Armine Harutyunyan, who was on the agenda with her bony nose, and long and misshapen eyebrows, became the face of one of the most famous brands in the world by breaking beauty perceptions.

Armine attracted both reaction and support at that time and announced that she would continue her modeling career successfully and that she was at peace with herself.

ANTI-TERRORIST OPERATION IN KARABAKH

Following the operation carried out by the Azerbaijani army against armed Armenian groups in Nagorno-Karabakh on September 19-20, Armenian separatists were forced to lay down their arms.

Source: Newsroom

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