YEREVAN. – Hraparak newspaper of Armenia writes: It turns out that something is wrong in Armenian-British relations. The day before, the Foreign Minister met with David Moran, the Chargé d'Affaires of Great Britain. This means that the United Kingdom is lowering its representation level in Armenia from ambassador to chargé d'affaires level. "This is a very serious gesture in diplomacy," an MFA source said.
Analysts claim that the situation with Britain has several layers, starting from Amulsar [gold mine issue] to the "flirtatious" of the Armenian authorities with Russia, and President Armen Sarkissian, who can be said to have been Armenia's last ambassador to the UK.
“In fact, we have no ambassador there for a year and a half. And this situation with the key country having excellent relations with Azerbaijan is serious, if not a diplomatic nonsense. "
We tried to find out from the MFA spokesperson Anna Naghdalyan whether Great Britain will have an ambassador to Armenia. She said those issues are in the British side's domain.