YEREVAN, February 25
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan warned of an tried army coup in opposition to him on Thursday and referred to as on his supporters to rally in the capital after the military demanded he and his authorities resign.
The Kremlin, an ally of Armenia, stated it was alarmed by occasions in the previous Soviet republic. Thousands of his supporters took to streets. Pashinyan, who swept to energy in a peaceable revolution in May 2018, has rejected calls to step down regardless of opposition protests. — Reuters
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