» "Sorosakans" "pushed Pashinyan against the wall" The Prime Minister has to surrender

"Sorosakans" "pushed Pashinyan against the wall" The Prime Minister has to surrender

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The adoption of the draft law on audiovisual media in Armenia in the first reading has created a rather interesting atmosphere not only in the Armenian-Russian relations, but also in the Armenian public-political sphere.

It has long been known that anti-Russian or anti-Russian language propaganda has been carried out for years by the so-called "sorority wing", which is already considered a so-called shareholder of the government. Well-known "sororists" (Daniel Ioannisyan, Ashot Melikyan, Artur Sakunts and others) addressed this issue in their available media resources or on the social networking platform, considering that the broadcasting of Russian channels in Armenia is a matter of national security, and the campaign has recently been aired on anti-Russian TV channels. The "Union of Informed Citizens" has taken on the main task of campaigning against this, and now it seems that these efforts are bearing fruit.

This is a normal situation in the context of the general anti-Russian mood of the Western orientation group, as it has been the case in Georgia, Ukraine and Moldova.

It is difficult to say to what extent the adoption of this law will hit the already complicated Armenian-Russian relations, but it is clear that there will be a blow, because the Russian-language channels are first and foremost for the Russian-speaking or Russian-speaking society. They are also concerned with the spread and preservation of the Russian language, and Moscow is very sensitive in that matter.

The problem is that in fact we can state once again that there is a foreign-led force in Armenia that has become so powerful that it is able to dictate an agenda in Armenia that affects political and interstate relations. If the law on audiovisual media was only Nikol Pashinyan's initiative, for example, it might have been adopted more calmly in Moscow, but the Russian side understands well in which direction the winds are blowing and where they are taking them.

It is still unclear what Pashinyan's motivation is in this issue. Maybe he wants to reach an agreement with Moscow at all costs, or maybe he is trying to take the issue to the realm of political trade, but the calculations are wrong in this respect, and it is difficult for Moscow to make a deal on this issue. In any case, it is bad that the Armenian authorities, consciously or not, have started to supplement the national-state agenda with elements brought by external forces.

It was interesting that a few days ago, the ruling MP Mkhitar Hayrapetyan was trying to deny what the Russian embassy in Armenia had expressed concern about a few days later.

And more interestingly, Russian channels are extremely bad for conventional Soros, and they are banned, but many in Armenia do not have an opinion on the Armenian broadcasts of the Azerbaijani CBC TV channel, while the Azerbaijani media is the dirtiest propaganda lies and falsifications about Armenians. provides. In this context, it should be noted that the notion of "sorority" about national security is very strange.