They don’t want to see the former “leaders” of Karabakh in Armenia, either, Russian President Vladimir Putin said at the plenary session as part of the XX Annual Meeting of the Valdai Discussion Club, the Russian bureau of Report informs.
Putin has expressed the hope that Baku will proceed from humanistic considerations in relation to the former “leaders” of Karabakh.
Earlier, commenting on the situation with the arrest of Ruben Vardanyan, the Russian leader noted that he himself had renounced Russian citizenship.
The so-called “leaders” of the quasi-formation Arkady Ghukasyan, Bako Sahakyan and David Ishkhanyan, along with Arayik Harutyunyan and Ruben Vardanyan, were arrested. Such a preventive measure was chosen in their relation as part of the investigation of criminal cases against the separatists.