The ‘phantom’ of the Armenian Pan-National Movement, which caused severe damage to our country, is ‘soaring’ in Armenia once again. This is stated in the statement of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Armenia regarding the paint poured on the statue to Griboyedov.
The statement also states the following: “By crossing all the limits of morality, they tried to erase the historical memory of the people by declaring a war against even the statues of the Soviet era.
The act of vandalism in Yerevan was the direct continuation of this, but the responses showed that the Armenian people highly appreciates the centuries-old friendship between Russia and Armenia, and the young man, who had declared himself as the nation’s avenger, understood and probably explained to his owners that all of their efforts to thrust a wedge in the fraternal relations between the two nations are doomed to failure.
The Communist Party of Armenia strictly condemns the desecration of the statue to Griboyedov, the great friend of the Armenian people, and demands that the saboteur is punished by the strictness of the law in order to rule out such incidents in the future, and we call on our people to be sound and reasonable.”