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To be honest, we are going in order to ask our questions. I think seeing so many people should help him, if he doesn't have an order, to understand, listen, meet, and give answers. The leader of the Tavush for the Homeland movement, Archbishop Bagrat Galstanyan, stated this during their march to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Armenia Wednesday morning—and with respect to the Minister of Internal Affairs.

To the remark that the Minister of Internal Affairs might not accept him, Galstanyan responded: "Let's see. Accepting, not accepting is neither an honor nor a dishonor. We do not depend on his acceptance, non-acceptance. He will come down, he will meet with this people, whom he is called to serve. Very good, no, no, we will see what the rest will be."

When asked what agenda, things to do he has, Archbishop Galstanyan said: "We say and do every day. The process of impeachment [of PM Nikol Pashinyan] is in progress, everything is in force."

The protests and civil disobedience actions, led by the Tavush for the Homeland movement, started in Armenia after it became known on April 19 that Armenia and Azerbaijan had agreed to start border delimitation at Tavush Province of Armenia. Leading a respective march of protest from Tavush to Yerevan on May 9, Archbishop Bagrat Galstanyan, leader of this movement and then Primate of the Diocese of Tavush of the Armenian Apostolic Church, called on PM Nikol Pashinyan to resign.

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