Demonstrators destroy Soros Foundation office in central Yerevan

Demonstrators destroy Soros Foundation office in central Yerevan

Demonstrators destroy Soros Foundation office in central Yerevan

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Armenian media reported today, Tuesday, that in Yerevan, demonstrators destroyed the office of the Open Society Fund, affiliated to the US billionaire George Soros, the architect of color revolutions and coups.

Earlier, crowds of protesters stormed the parliament and government headquarters in Yerevan, and the demonstrators severely beat the Speaker of Parliament, which led to his transfer to hospital.

The protesters demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and the cancellation of the Karabakh agreement to stop the war, which Pashinyan defended and considered the only option in light of the deteriorating conditions on the fighting fronts in the region.

Source: Interfax

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