YEREVAN — The risk of Azerbaijan attacking Armenia persists, Armenia’s Chief of Foreign Intelligence Service Kristinne Grigoryan stated as she spoke to journalists on Wednesday.

“Until our relationships normalize, we should treat those risks seriously. However, such a threat should not be overestimated. We assess such risks every day and report them to our Prime Minister,” Grigoryan said.

She also stressed that the Foreign Intelligence Service does “all things possible and impossible” to mitigate all the potential risks and threats.

Grigoryan also revealed that some other countries pose a threat to Armenia’s sovereignty and independence. She did not, however, specify what those countries are, and whether Russia is among those countries, despite numerous follow-up questions from the journalists.

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Sign Up for Our Newsletters

Get notified of the latest updates from MassisPost.

You May Also Like

Secretary Blinken Warns Aliyev Against Increased Tension on Armenian-Azeri Border

WASHINGTON, DC — U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken spoke with Azerbaijani…

Arthur Abraham Knocks Out Pablo Farias in Round Five

OFFENBURG — Germany-based professional boxer Arthur Abraham celebrated a successful ring return…

Freedom House Annual Report: Armenia Partly Free Country

NEW YORK — The international human rights watchdog Freedom House has published…

EU Concerned About Racist Slogans Against Armenians at Istanbul Rally

BRUSSELS — The European Union has voiced concern over racist slogans targeting…