Artsakh President Visits the Frontline

President Bako Sahakian at a military outpost at the Artsakh border

STEPANAKERT—On Thursday, the President of Artsakh, Bako Sahakian, visited some sections of the southern and eastern borders of the Republic and was familiarized with the service and daily life of the soldiers stationed there.

The President underlined that “maintaining the invincibility of the borders has always been and will remain among the most important tasks for the state and everything will be done to advance that goal.”

The President was accompanied by Deputy Prime Minister Arthur Aghabekian, defense minister Movses Hakobian and other officials, the presidential press office informed.


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  1. Hratch said:

    Talk of war is is becoming much more frequent. I don’t hear anyone complaining to the Russians that they’ve created a monster. God forbid if Americans or the West were involved, every anarchist, socialist, communist, anti-west propagandist or otherwise kook would be screaming bloody murder. But since the much benevolent Bear is involved, everything is hunky-dory……

  2. Areg said:

    Long live the Artsakh army. Long live the people and leadership of free and independent Artsakh.