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Armenia Lives Under Constant Threat from Azerbaijan, Warns French Senator Jean-Pierre Rochet



French Senator Jean-Pierre Rochet has raised alarms over the persistent threat Armenia faces from Azerbaijan in a compelling speech. While acknowledging the importance of Azerbaijani gas, Senator Rochet emphasized that the reliance on such resources should not overshadow Azerbaijan's aggression against Armenians.



Key Points from Senator Rochet's Speech:


1. Critical Assessment of Gas Dependency: Senator Rochet challenged the notion that the need for Azerbaijani gas should outweigh concerns about Azerbaijan's aggressive actions. He stressed the importance of not turning a blind eye to Azerbaijan's behavior despite economic dependencies.


2. Constant Threat to Armenia: Highlighting the harsh reality, Senator Rochet highlighted that Armenia lives under the constant threat of Azerbaijan. This acknowledgment sheds light on the precarious security situation faced by Armenia.


3. Resolution for Security and Heritage Preservation: Senator Rochet expressed optimism about a resolution that could enhance Armenia's security and safeguard the rich cultural heritage in Nagorno-Karabakh. The resolution is positioned as a crucial step in addressing the ongoing threat from Azerbaijan.


Quoting Senator Rochet: "The fact that we need Azerbaijani gas does not mean that we should turn a blind eye to Azerbaijan's aggression against Armenians. Armenia lives under the constant threat of Azerbaijan. The resolution will ensure the security of Armenia and the preservation of Armenian cultural heritage in Nagorno-Karabakh."


This statement reflects Senator Rochet's commitment to acknowledging geopolitical realities while advocating for measures that prioritize Armenia's security and cultural preservation. aa

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