Seyran Ohanyan: "I think there can be something hidden in using Azerbaijani toponyms"
13:42, Wednesday, 15 September, 2021
Today, in the briefing with journalists, referring to the case of the usage of Azerbaijani toponyms by National Security Service օf the Republic օf Armenia, Seyran Ohanyan, a deputy from "Armenia" parliamentary group, said: "I think there can be something hidden in this, that is to say, they suppose that those territories will go to Azerbaijan after demarcation and delimitation. I do not understand what legal contract would be base for it". Ohanyan noticed that the authorities of Armenia continually use Azerbaijani toponyms instead of the Armenian ones, whereas the authorities of Azerbaijan try to introduce Armenian territories using Azerbaijani names. As the deputy said, this is another pressure from the Azerbaijani leadership on the authorities of Armenia, which could be expected after the lost war. Reminder: Earlier, National Security Service օf the Republic օf Armenia used the Azerbaijani name "Eyvazli" instead of the Armenian name "Vorotan" for the Armenian area.