Thousands protested in Los Angeles against Armenia over enemy

Thousands protested in Los Angeles against Armenia over enemy

Los Angeles: Thousands of people protested in Los Angeles , USA, over the role of Azerbaijan and Turkey in hostilities against Armenia in the Nagorno-Karbakh region of separatists . The ceasefire between Azerbaijan and Armenia came into effect on Saturday with the help of Russia, but the two countries are accusing each other of ceasefire violations, which led to protests in Los Angeles on Sunday. To find a solution, we have to find ways to negotiate. The protesters gathered outside the Turkish consulate in Los Angeles, California's largest city, Sunday afternoon. During this time they raised slogans waving Armenia flags. Earlier, protesters gathered on the streets and protested.

South Carolina has the largest population of Armenia in the US. In addition, the nearby East Hollywood area was called Chhota Armenia in the year 2000. Significantly, the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenian forces started on September 27 over the Kinagorno-Karbakh region, in which hundreds of people have died. The region comes under the territory of Azerbaijan, but is controlled by Armenia-backed Armenian ethnic groups. Arminia calls it Artasakh. Turkey supports Azerbaijan and its President Rajab Tayyib Ardoan recently said that the people of Azerbaijan are waiting to return to their lands.