No Armenians Injured in Catalonia Clashes (Preliminary Information)
Datev Sulian, Chairperson of the Armenian Cultural Association of Barcelona informed that according to the preliminary information, Armenians were not injured in Sunday’s clashes in Catalonia, News.am reports.
"The [Catalans’] fight [for independence] would not end with the referendum; the fight had not started on the day of the referendum, but it had started years ago, and it will continue for years," Sulian added.
"According to official data, 2,262,424 Catalans participated in the independence referendum of Catalonia, and solely about 7 percent of them voted ‘no’ [in this plebiscite]. The government of Catalonia has announced this data, and they are expected to use these data to continue their future fight [for independence]."
In his words there are no clashes at this time in Catalonia, it is a working day and people are going to work; still he noted that there may be rallies in the evening.
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