Pashinyan: Karabakh Should Become a Part of Armenia
I imagine Artsakh as a part of Armenia, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said during his meeting with Armenian businessmen in Moscow on September 8, speaking about the settlement of the Karabakh conflict, ''News.am'' reports.
"They are asking if Armenia is ready to make mutual concessions on Artsakh issue. I think it is necessary to first ask Azerbaijan whether they are ready for compromises. As Azerbaijan constantly threatens Artsakh and Armenia, it will be weakness to say that Armenia is ready for compromises. We will never do it. No one can talk to Armenia in a language of threats. We will not allow this,'' he said.
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