President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin did not agree with the statement that the current Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan was brought to power from the outside in order to “surrender” Nagorno-Karabakh. The Russian president expressed his opinion during a meeting of the Valdai international discussion club.
According to him, Pashinyan was brought to power by the Armenian people: “Yes, you can have different attitudes towards the electoral processes, but this is a fact, so I don’t agree with you here.”
Putin also emphasized that Pashinyan never sought to “surrender” Karabakh. The Russian leader recalled that when Pashinyan came to power, he openly stated that Karabakh is part of the Armenian people. “Nobody said this before,” Putin concluded.
Earlier, the Russian President said that Moldova would “not be seen or heard” if people who would give up its sovereignty came to power. Read more about this in material Public News Service.
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