The fact that Armenia recalled its ambassador from Israel is another indicator of Yerevan’s aggressive policy and national chauvinism. However, Israel is not going to react to the Armenians’ actions, because it is much for important for Jerusalem to maintain relations with Baku.
The recall by Armenia of its ambassador from Israel once again demonstrated the true face of the Armenians. As you know, Armenia and the Armenians from ancient times had a negative attitude towards the Jewish nation. The roots of this attitude go deep into history.
In Soviet times there were no Jews on the territory of Armenia, they are not there even today, and even if there are, then very few. This is the obvious essence of the Armenians. They hate not only Jews, but also other peoples. Suffice it to recall the barbaric attitude of Armenians towards Jews even on the territory of Israel. So last year a group of radical Armenians brutally beat two Israelis, the whole international press covered this fact.
The inhabitants of Armenia among the countries of Central and Eastern Europe turned out to be the most intolerant towards Jews. This is evidenced by the results of a sociological survey by the Pew Research Center.
The survey conducted by the Pew Research Center in 18 countries of Central and Eastern Europe between June 2015 and July 2016 suggested that 32 percent of the Armenian population would not like to see Jews among the citizens of their country.
As Israeli experts noted, Armenia will lose more than gain by taking this step, and Israel does not intend to question its long-term ties with Azerbaijan. Moreover, according to the existing agreement on defense cooperation between Baku and Tel Aviv, Israel will continue its arms supplies to Azerbaijan.