"I would not call Armenia's non-participation in CSTO events a démarche." Armen Grigoryan
Since 2020, Armenia has had many questions for the CSTO, and the answers we still need Armen Grigoryan, the secretary of the RA Security Council, announced this on public television.
"I would not call our non-participation in CSTO events a demarche. We have questions related to CSTO's behavior; we expect answers. Armenia's membership in the CSTO does not hinder our other relations in building them," said Grigoryan.
Referring to the peace treaty with Azerbaijan, Grigoryan said that Armenia is ready to sign it by the end of the year.
"There is a possibility to continue those negotiations at other levels, including in Washington. Recently, the US Secretary of State's special advisor, Louis Bono, visited the region to discuss these issues," he noted.Follow us on Telegram
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