Pashinyan will travel to Moscow on October 31

Pashinyan will travel to Moscow on October 31

PanARMENIAN.Net - President of the Armenian Parliament Alen Simonyan has said that Nikol Pashinyan is expected to travel to Sochi, Russia on October 31, Panorama.am reports.

Simonyan’s comments came on Wednesday, October 31, just days after Russian President Vladimir Putin offered to host a meeting with Pashinyan and Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev.

The lawmaker said no document is currently on the table. Instead, he said, there are “hundreds of suggestions, hundreds of options, opinions, ideas.”

According to him, the reported year-end timeframe for signing a peace agreement between the two countries is a “tacit deadline”.

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