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Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and ex-Ambassador of Armenia to the Vatican Mikayel Minasyan have ‘exchanged Facebook statuses’ with each other.

On his Facebook page, Pashinyan shared the video in which he responded to a question regarding contraband cigarettes exported from Armenia in parliament and wrote the following:

“Serzh pulled Mishik, the grandmother pulled Serzh, the grandchild pulled the grandmother, the kitten pulled the grandchild, the mouse pulled the kitten, they pulled and pulled, but they still couldn’t pull Mishik out of the dirt.”

In response to this, Mikayel Minasyan shared Pashinyan’s Facebook status and wrote the following:

“Whatever you say to a person may go in one ear and out the other…

And this crazy person, who is at no level, claims that he is a leader, the guarantor of the country’s security and the one who will protect the country from the pandemic? Seriously?

Armenia reported 12 deaths today alone. Twelve families lost family members.

Amid all this, the primary figure of the country is playing games. It’s sad. Very sad.”

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