Kremlin Spokesman Says Pashinyan Didn’t Ask for Russian Help On Syunik
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov today told reporters in Moscow that Acting Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan did not ask for Russian assistance regarding the Syunik boder stand-off during his telephone conversation late last night with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
"No, Pashinyan did not ask for help. Of course, the Armenian side expressed extreme concern about the situation on the border. This concern was shared by President Putin. And President Putin emphasized the need to fulfill all the provisions of the trilateral agreements. First, this provision, talks about the need for a ceasefire,” said Peskov according to an article published by TASS.