Armenian Political Parties Call for Stability in Georgia

YEREVAN (Yerkir)–Concerned over recent political tensions in the autonomous region of Ajaria–Georgia–representatives of Armenia’s political parties called for a peaceful dialogue between Georgia’s central authorities and Adjaria’s leaders in resolving the brewing conflict.

National Assembly Vice-speaker and Armenian Revolutionary Federation leader Vahan Hovhannisian–said that although the problem is an internal issue–any clash in the region is undesirable. Noting that Armenia’s biggest concern is Georgia’s stability–Hovhannisian expressed worry about the country’s ethnic Armenia’s: "The roads connecting central Georgia with Adjaria go through Armenian-populated regions; clashes could–therefore–affect Armenian communities."


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