"You know that the prime minister has a desire, and he will appear before the commission in June. Answers to many questions will be given within the framework of the commission of inquiry, and this will be available to all the people, political forces,” he said.
He noted that it is still necessary to understand the reasons for the defeat in the war, and a commission was created for this purpose.
Earlier, Pashinyan said at a meeting with representatives of the Armenian community in Prague that he would soon appear before a commission to investigate the causes and circumstances of the 44-day war. He noted that there is a huge amount of information that society should be aware of and which is important for the political future.
The Commission was established in February 2022, at the initiative of the ruling majority (Civil Contract faction).
On May 3 it became known that the activities of the temporary commission of the Armenian Parliament to investigate the circumstances of the 44-day war will be extended for another six months.
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