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Report from social networks: Yerevan after the resignation of the Prime Minister

Residents of Yerevan after the resignation of Serzh Sargsyan. Photo by RFE / PL
Residents of Yerevan after the resignation of Serzh Sargsyan. Photo by RFE / PL

On April 23, former President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan resigned as prime minister only five days after his appointment. He admitted that he was “wrong” in relation to the residents of the country, who protested for 10 consecutive days.

After the resignation of Sargsyan, the people of Yerevan did not leave the city streets, but began to congratulate each other. The leader of the protesters, Nikol Pashinyan, after his release announced the forthcoming “victorious rally”.

Ermənistan baş naziri xalq etirazları qarşısında tab gətirməyərək istefa verib. Etirazçılar baş nazirin istefasına seviniblər #aztagram #baku #azerbaijan #azerbaycan

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Армения празнует Победа!!! 🇦🇲 молодцы #erevan #armenia #krasnodar #moskva #победа

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Haxtaaaaaanak apreq Hayersssss 💪👑🇦🇲

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Photo by Karo Sahakyan. Holiday pictures AP
Photo by Karo Sahakyan. Holiday pictures AP Photo by Karo Sahakyan. Holiday pictures AP


Protests in Yerevan have become one of the main events in the world. International agencies withdrew the first moments after the announcement of the resignation of the Prime Minister. Representatives of the armed forces joined the residents of the capital.

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Photo by Vano Shlamov, AFFP
Photo by Vano Shlamov, AFFPPhoto by Vano Shlamov, AFFP

 

Photo by Vahran Baghdasaryan, Reuters
Photo by Vahran Baghdasaryan, ReutersPhoto by Vahran Baghdasaryan, Reuters

 

Photo by Grigor Yepremyan, AP
Photo by Grigor Yepremyan, APPhoto by Grigor Yepremyan, AP

 

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Photo by Karen Minasyan, AFFP
Photo by Karen Minasyan, AFFP

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