March for Amulsar, No Step Back

On September 9, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s statement that after negotiations with “Lydian” he was ready to let the company complete the mine construction process and halt its operations only after problems occur, raised a wave of discontent.

Armenian Environmental Front has mentioned that it reaffirms its commitment to protect Amulsar and declares that it will make every effort to support all citizens defending their rights.

In this framework, AEF created an event in Facebook calling the public to join the march in Yerevan, which will start from the National Park of the National Assembly in on September 11, at 18:00. Raising public awareness of the event is encouraged.

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