Some 200 Armenian citizens they have cut this Saturday the AP-7 motorway in both directions of travel at Agullana (Girona), about 8 kilometers from the border crossing of La Jonquera, to make the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Around 10.50 am, the protesters have been arriving in Agullana and have stopped their vehicles on the road, cutting off traffic in both directions of the march a few kilometers from La Jonquera, which, according to Efe sources from the Servei Català de Trànsit (SCT), remains open to circulation.
A spokesman for the Armenian community has explained to Efe that they intend to carry out intermittent traffic cuts throughout the weekend to demand that the Spanish Government “raise your voice” and to ask Turkey, through NATO, not to participate in the conflict in favor of Azerbaijan.
They also ask the Government of Pedro Sánchez to temporarily suspend arms sales to Turkey, a country that, according to Armenia, provides logistical support to Azerbaijan by supplying bombs and military equipment that it uses against the Armenian civilian population, which is suffering military aggressions and war crimes.
“A real humanitarian crisis is taking place, with thousands of deaths and with half the population of the area, some 80,000 people, who have had to flee,” explained the spokesman, who also denounced that the regulations had not been respected. two ceasefires decreed so far and which has also warned that the conflict is attracting terrorist groups from Syria and the Middle East.
The Armenian community in Barcelona he already starred last Sunday in a protest action in front of the Government Delegation, where about 200 people gathered to make their demands reach the Spanish Executive.
The war conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan broke out at the end of the last september around the disputed region of Nagorno Karabakh, a self-proclaimed independent republic of Azerbaijan and the subject of a historical dispute between both countries, and it is estimated that it has already caused nearly 5,000 victims.