Armenia PM “can’t say his government guaranteed country’s security”

Armenia PM “can’t say his government guaranteed country’s security”

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has said that he can’t say that his government has guaranteed the security of the country.

Amid “geopolitical earthquakes”, he said, “we are in a very dangerous environment.”

“But on the other hand, we also have an idea of what needs to be done in terms of managing this security environment. The peace agenda is very important for us. We understand that it is not an easy task for us. We understand that there are many risks, we understand that peace does not depend only on us, on our desire. Others must also want it, others also want it, but the peace wanted by others does not coincide with the peace wanted by us, and the whole purpose and meaning of the diplomatic process should be for this to happen,” Pashinyan said at a meeting .

“In general, I must say that we are in a very difficult and dangerous period. We need maximum seriousness and flexibility in order to overcome the existing challenges.”

Pashinyan said the country doesn’t have “deep economic problems”, or problems in terms of internal security and democracy.

“The people have and will continue to have the right and opportunity to make decisions by their choice and vote. Our problems are external, our problems are related to the external environment and security, and it is these concerns that we first of all share on international platforms,” he added.

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