Number 227 | May 7, 2013
Participating in a conference on the Southern Caucasus held in Istanbul last week, Armenia’s National Congress faction Secretary Aram Manukyan told reporters that Armenia has been left out of regional projects due to the policies of its own government.
“Oil, gas, road, railway projects are bypassing Armenia. This is a result of unwise policies of our authorities – unpromising, uncalculated, and irresponsible and impossible to correct tomorrow. These authorities have not only sold our present but our future as well,” he said, adding that the Armenian side is to be blamed for creating a “multi-sided Azerbaijani-Turkish-Georgian alliance.”
Manukyan spoke also the vast migration out of Armenia, warning that Armenia will become an empty land.