Kremlin: Situation in Armenia no threat to Karabakh agreements

Kremlin: Situation in Armenia no threat to Karabakh agreements

PanARMENIAN.Net - Russia does not think anything is threatening the trilateral agreements on Nagorno-Karabakh, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Friday, February 26.

His comments came in response to a question about whether the events taking place in Armenia can threaten the previously reached agreements.

"No, everything is being implemented so far," Peskov noted.

In his words, despite the events in Armenia, it is very important to continue to follow the path of implementing the agreements that have already been reached.

Armenia is facing a serious political crisis after the country's top military brass demanded Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan's resignation. The PM, however, claims he had already dismissed the chief of the Army General Staff. The parliamentary opposition has already weighed in on the matter, urging against bloodshed and calling for a peaceful transition of power.

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