YEREVAN. – Zhoghovurd daily of Armenia has found out details from the meeting on September 13, between Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and the civil society representatives of the country, the newspaper reported.
“According to our information, the Prime Minister is not really too satisfied with the activities of civil society representatives. Moreover, he has also accused some of them of manipulating; and this was especially about the topic of the operation of the Amulsar [gold] mine.
“The situation [even] led to the Prime Minister stating that both the Istanbul Convention will be ratified [by Armenia] and the Amulsar mine will be operated. By the way, that was said just like that, in open text.
“In their turn, the civil society representatives (...) also were not too satisfied with the meeting,” Zhoghovurd wrote.