Vilnius, July 13, AZERTAC
Lithuanian portal www.slaptai.lt has posted an article headlined "Once more about the Armenian terrorism" by famous journalist Gintaras Visockas. The article highlights the erection of a monument to war criminal Garegin Nzhdeh in Yerevan with Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan attending the opening ceremony.
The Lithuanian journalist provides an insight into the biography of Ndzhe, who admired the ideas of "revolutionary terror", formed a national Armenian militarists unit, organized violent actions to displace Azerbaijanis from Vedibasar and Nakhchivan. The author says that the favorite saying of Ndzhe was: "Who dies for Hitler, also dies for Armenia."
The Lithuanian journalists points to an official statement of the United States titled "Armenian threat of terrorism" that was released in 1982. “Proclaiming concerns about Armenian terrorists, official Washington referred to all bloody acts committed by the Armenian militants against Turkish diplomats and politicians that supported Turkey, not only in the United States, Australia, but also in Europe.”
Visotskas urges not to forget this move of the United States, which, he says, “explains a lot”. The Lithuanian journalist points out that from 1973 to 2002, Armenian terrorists committed 235 terrorist acts only in Western Europe, but official Yerevan did not condemn these atrocities. “We need to be more watchful while allowing betting the Armenian crosses in our cities,” the article says.