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Nazi Germany: Pashinian and Armenian Forces

nazi germany: In one of his first moves after parliament elected him as prime minister, Pashinian announced he would visit Nagorno-Karabakh on Wednesday, according to Toronto Star. He said the self-declared government there must be a part of any talks to end the long-standing frozen conflict. Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian faces an array of challenges, including a parliament dominated by the party he denounced as corrupt and how to resolve the volatile question of Nagorno-Karabakh, a region of Azerbaijan under the control of ethnic Armenian forces. Although Armenian leaders traditionally visit the region on May 9, the date on which many ex-Soviet countries mark the defeat of Nazi Germany, Pashinian's trip is likely to provoke resentment from Azerbaijan. Article Continued Below What is this Initial naivete, ignorance of the subject, the bravado of the victor or maybe all of these together he later said of Pashinian's announcement. Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hikmet Hajieyv issued a statement insisting the Nagorno-Karabakh region, which is currently occupied, has always been an integral part of Azerbaijan. ( As reported in the news.