The wife of an Armenian civilian who is being held captive in Azerbaijan approached Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan to ask for information about her husband on Saturday, September 12.
Narek Sardaryan, 29, went missing in mid-July and was featured in a video published by an Azerbaijani TV station several days later. Sardaryan had taken the cattle to graze, apparently getting lost in the process and finding himself in Azerbaijan as a result.
"Unfortunately, [he] is not at a relative's place, but with the rival... we must understand how to act," Pashinyan told the woman in the southern Armenian town of Goris.
Defense Minister Davit Tonoyan, who was accompanying the PM in Goris, promised to get back to the woman shortly.