LOS ANGELES. — Victory in the Artsakh struggle would not be possible without the assistance of the Diaspora, said Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan at a rally in the Grand Park Los Angeles.
He noted that the US has always assisted Armenia and the Armenian people. The Prime Minister thanked the US Congress, members of the California State House of Representatives, who, through their objective activities, contributed to the development of Armenian-American friendly relations, thanked the California House of Representatives for recognizing the Armenian Genocide and proclaiming April 24 as a day of remembrance for the victims of the genocide.
The prime minister also thanked the Armenians in the US for promoting the velvet revolution.
Speaking about migration, the prime minister admitted that people did not leave Armenia with pleasure, but to work and help compatriots remaining in Armenia.
The prime minister thanked the Diaspora for the tremendous help in the Artsakh liberation struggle.
“Victory would not have been possible without the assistance of the Diaspora,” Pashinyan noted. He also appreciated the role of traditional parties, and referred to Kirk Kerkorian, Charles Aznavour.