February 29
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I am confident that if there is a possibility, they would like Armenia to not exist. Alen Simonyan, speaker of the National Assembly (NA) of Armenia, told this to reporters at the NA Tuesday, and referring to Azerbaijan.

"No one can say that there is no such thing," he added.

According to Simonyan, it is clear that Armenia has drawn a “red line” for itself; for example, the 29,800 square kilometers that no part of the sovereign territory of Armenia can be outside of the country.

"The Azerbaijanis talk about four villages. But we have 31 villages whose territories are under their occupation, either completely or in part. We have to talk about those 31 villages now, too," said the speaker of the Armenian legislature.

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