The National Security Service (NSS) has put into circulation a draft decision on setting up several new checkpoints on the state border of Armenia. Armenian News-NEWS.am learned about this from the single website for the posting of draft legal acts.
It is noted that this draft decision stems from the need to fulfill the instructions given by Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan at the government’s Cabinet meeting on August 4.
The draft decision also states that the director of the NSS must ensure, within two weeks after the entry into force of this decision, the adoption of a legal act regulating the safety of the movement of people, goods, and vehicles through these new checkpoints.
Accordingly, the draft decision proposes to set up checkpoints on the Armenian state border in the "Sotk (Kelbajar), Yeraskh (Sadarak), and Karahunj (Eyvazli) sections of the Armenian-Azerbaijani state border.”
This draft decision is open for public debates until September 2.