YEREVAN. – Three Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) women, who were protesting in front of the US Embassy in Armenia together with other women, met with the head of the embassy's diplomatic section.
And returning from the meeting, one of them informed that they had presented their demands—both verbally and with a letter. "We demanded a meeting with US Ambassador to Armenia Lynne Tracy. We have emphasized that the response must be quick, and we will wait for it," she stated in particular..
Also, these women demand that the US recognize Artsakh's independence. "We demand that the US not remain idle, not just make statements; these do not satisfy us. Of course, we are grateful for the work of the local Armenian community in the US. But we demand forcing more practical steps and recognizing Artsakh's independence because genocide is being committed in Artsakh today," the aforesaid demonstrator added.