Prime Minister of Armenia Nikolo Pashinyan says Russia has assured that in case Armenia faces threats, it will implement its treaty obligations, ARMENPRESS reports PM Pashinyan told BBC.
‘’The treaty stipulates that in case of a directs threat against Armenia according to some criteria, Russia has to fulfill its treaty obligations. The Russian Federation has assured that it will fulfill its obligations provided by the treaty’’, Pashinyan said.
Azerbaijan, directly backed by Turkey, unleashed war against Artsakh on September 27. Turkey, in addition to various types of assistance to Azerbaijan, including using its own air force against Artsakh and the Republic of Armenia, deployed thousands of mercenaries and terrorists in Azerbaijan to fight against Artsakh. The fact of the presence of Turkey-backed terrorists in Azerbaijan is not questioned by any country, except Turkey and Azerbaijan.
Earlier today, President of Artsakh Arayik Harutyunyan called on an international coalition against the Turkey-backed terrorism.
Editing and Translating by Tigran Sirekanyan