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Yerevan Unrest: Citizens Rally to Prevent Artsakh Genocide and Demand Government Removal


Yerevan Unrest: Citizens Rally to Prevent Artsakh Genocide and Demand Government Removal
Yerevan Citizens Rally September 21

A wave of mass protests and clashes between Armenian citizens and police officers has engulfed the streets of Yerevan, as citizens rally to prevent what they perceive as the looming threat of genocide in Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh). The demonstrations have also brought forth calls for the removal of the current government.


Yerevan Unrest: Citizens Rally to Prevent Artsakh Genocide and Demand Government Removal

Predominantly led by young activists, impassioned demonstrators have blocked streets in Yerevan, urging fellow citizens to join their cause. The core objective of these protests is to prevent any potential genocide in Artsakh and to demand government change.


Tensions in the Armenian capital have escalated as protesters clash with police officers in the midst of these impassioned gatherings. The protesters have been vocal in their call for the government's removal, citing dissatisfaction with its handling of the situation in Artsakh and concerns about the potential for genocide.


Yerevan Unrest: Citizens Rally to Prevent Artsakh Genocide and Demand Government Removal

The demonstrators see their actions as a crucial step in safeguarding the Armenian identity in Artsakh and preventing any acts of aggression against the local Armenian population. Their resolve remains unwavering as they continue to demand change and raise their voices against perceived government inaction.



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