Moscow Criticizes Pashinyan for "Regime Change" Allegations
Moscow has criticized Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan for allegations he made during his October 17 address to the European Parliament that Armenia's security allies had publicly called for regime change in Yerevan against the backdrop of the situation in Nagorno-Karabakh.
“We consider Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan's speech at the European Parliament on October 17 as absolutely irresponsible and provocative, especially as far as Russia and Russian-Armenian relations are concerned," a high-ranking source in Moscow told TASS.
Pashinyan, without naming names, accused Armenia’s security allies of “inciting internal instability with hybrid technologies directed by external forces.”
“We see how Armenia is trying to turn into Ukraine No. 3, if we consider Moldova as Ukraine No. 2, and Pashinyan is following in Vladimir Zelensky's footsteps by quantum leaps," the unnamed official told TASS.
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