The demand of opposition deputies of the Armenian parliament has been met and they were allowed to enter the Foreign Ministry building on Tuesday.
Before going inside, Ishkhan Saghatelyan, a representative of the ARF Dashnaktsutyun Supreme Body and deputy speaker of the Armenian parliament from the opposition, said that the Foreign Ministry has long been in a panic because it has nothing to do with the country's interests.
"When Nikol Pashinyan (Armenian Prime Minister - ed.) appointed Ararat (Armenian Foreign Minister - ed.) as minister, Pashinyan said he needed a minister who would be politically responsible. In other words, he needed a minister who would share his betrayal. Our MPs want to stand up, deliver the message of the people and say on behalf of the people that you do not have the right and the mandate to put the country up for auction again," he said.