Time in Yerevan: 11:07:36,   21 July

Information Security Expert: Azerbaijan promotes Armenophobia

YEREVAN, MAY 3, ARMENPRESS. Information Security expert Samvel Martirosyan says Azerbaijani media applied several tactics from four-day war till now. If they kept salient during the first day, then started to speak about the victory, but in the last days they presented themselves as a victim.

On April 2 the Azerbaijani media in fact was salient, even the Azerbaijani Foreign Minister said he was informed about the situation from Lavrov’s telephone call. This shows that their planned informational operation did not go the way they expected, Samvel Martirosyan said this to journalists.

At the second stage the Azerbaijani media tried to inform the public that they won. Azerbaijani society was convinced that they captured Fuzuli, Jabrayil and northern territories. But now they change the situation stating that Armenians are aggressor. But of course they do it very mildly since they are unable to present the whole picture and they said for years the Armenian Army knows only to escape, Russians help them to move forward, the expert said.

Samvel Martirosyan says Azerbaijanis hide information on the causalities in order not to panic their public. They have officially stated that the information on their causalities is a secret, and now in fact they do not speak about their causalities. It seems that they have no causalities. Only a one news agency operating in Berlin Meydan TV spoke about it however, a criminal investigation started against it.

Samvel Martirosyan noted that Azerbaijan carries out an anti-Armenian propaganda in its internal market trying to keep alive the hatred towards Armenians. Their state university prepared a video where a group of students express anti-Armenian thesis not only against Armenia, but all Armenians as an ethnic group. They do something which are being criminally condemned in the whole civilized world, the expert concluded. 

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