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Protests against the arrival of Putin and Lukashenko took place in Yerevan (photo, video)

It is reported that the protesters were holding portraits of Putin and Lukashenko, as well as the flags of Ukraine and the United States. Among the slogans were: “Putin, Lukashenko – persona non grata”, “Russia – get out of Armenia!” and others.

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On the eve of the summit of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), protests were held in the Armenian capital Yerevan, the participants of which spoke out against the war in Ukraine and for Armenia's withdrawal from the mentioned organization. This is reported by the Sota Telegram channel.

On Wednesday, November 23, a CSTO summit will be held in Yerevan, the arrival of Russian President Vladimir Putin and Belarusian politician Alexander Lukashenko is expected. It will be chaired by Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan.

It is reported that the protesters were holding portraits of Putin and Lukashenko, as well as flags of Ukraine and the United States. In one of the published videos, the car was allegedly greeted by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov with shouts: “Russia, go away!”

The protesters were holding posters with slogans: “Putin, Lukashenko are persona non grata”, “Russia – get out of Armenia!”, “Russia is the enemy!” and others.

The CSTO press service said that among the important issues to be discussed are the improvement of the crisis response system and joint measures to provide assistance to Armenia.

It is expected that declaration and a number of documents were signed, including one that provides for equipping the peacekeeping forces with modern weapons and military equipment.

Armenia plans to conclude a peace treaty with Azerbaijan by the end of this year.