The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Armenia is disappointed by the statement of the United Nations (UN) delegation after its visit to Nagorno-Karabakh. This was reported on the official website of the Armenian Foreign Ministry.
The statement of the Armenian Foreign Ministry, in particular, indicates that Yerevan received information about the visit of the UN delegation to Karabakh with great concern and disappointment: “The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia raised this problem during a meeting held on October 2 at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs with the heads of diplomatic missions and representatives of international organizations accredited in Armenia.”
The department is also confident that the visit of the UN delegation to Karabakh is not an interdepartmental fact-finding mission, and it could not meet the expectations of Armenia and the international community.
Earlier, 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. Read more about this in material Public News Service.
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