Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly of Armenia Lena Nazaryan posted the following on her Facebook page:
“A short while ago, I had a telephone conversation with the sister of the young Armenian man who received a head injury after being hit with a hammer by a Turk during the march in support of Artsakh in France.
Gevorg is still in the hospital and needs to undergo a surgery, but fortunately, his life isn’t in danger. I wished Gevorg a speedy recovery and expressed gratitude for the fact that our compatriots continue to sound the alarm about the Azerbaijani-Turkish-terrorist alliance against Artsakh and Armenia around the world.
This morning, a fanatic attacked people with a knife near a cathedral in the French city of Nice, and this comes 13 days after the execution of a teacher in Paris.
I regret that pain is being inflicted on our friendly people of France again. If democratic leaders fail to suppress states acting with terrorist methods, then the citizens leaving those states will undermine people’s faith in freedom, democracy and human rights with their intolerance, extremism and criminal acts and, in this case, nobody can think about living calmly and peacefully, regardless of nationality and residence. We must act together!”