The Kremlin is satisfied with statements from Yerevan that Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, after a conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin, came to the conclusion that he had been incorrectly reported on the Iskander missiles, Russian Presidential Spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said, Report informs, referring to RIA Novosti.
"It is essential that the truth in this matter has been restored," Peskov said.
Another political crisis flared up in Yerevan after the incautious words of the country’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan about the Russian Iskander missiles. According to media reports, the deputy chief of the general staff of Armenia ridiculed the prime minister. After that, he was dismissed, and the chief of the general staff was offered to resign as well.
Later, the Armenian Armed Forces issued a statement demanding the resignation of Pashinyan. The prime minister regarded this as an attempted coup and called on his supporters to take to the streets. Meanwhile, the opposition erected barricades and set up a campground near the parliament. They demand the resignation of the prime minister.