Parents of Armenian soldiers missing in Karabakh to turn to Putin

Parents of Armenian soldiers missing in Karabakh to turn to Putin
The parents of Armenian soldiers missing in Karabakh aren’t satisfied with their meeting with Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, Ann.az informs referring to news.am.

Some of the parents remain in the government building, others have already left it.

One of the parents said that those who remained in the building intend to wait until all questions have been answered.

"Seven months have passed but they don't answer. They send us here and there, to the DNA center. Nobody tells the truth to relatives. It's easy for them to talk, their children are with them," he said.

"We hoped that the government is there, but this person is not able to answer questions, give information about our children so that we know where the children are. If he cannot work, then we can only turn to Putin," another parent complained.

The protesters refused to cover the issue in the media, believing that the excessive hype interferes with the solution of the problem.

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