Deputy Chairman of Russian Security Council Inquires about Armenian PM’s Actions


Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev expressed his curiosity regarding the actions of a colleague from a fraternal country, hinting at Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan. This inquiry follows the recent escalation of the situation in Karabakh.

Medvedev’s Statement

Medvedev took to Telegram to indirectly refer to the Prime Minister of Armenia. He quoted a previous conversation with his colleague, saying, “A colleague from a brotherly country once told me: I will remain a stranger to you, and you will not accept me” (referring to his previous anti-Russian past). My response was as follows: We do not judge others by their behavior, but by their actions. Eventually, this colleague lost the war in Karabakh but surprisingly remained in his position. He then decided to blame his terrible defeat on Russia, gave up part of his country’s territory, and started flirting with NATO. Recently, his wife even visited our enemies, bringing them sweets and cookies. Can you guess his fate?”

Armenian PM’s Wife Visits Ukraine

The wife of the Prime Minister of Armenia, Anna Hakobyan, recently visited Kyiv and met with the wife of the President of Ukraine, Elena Zelenskaya, during the third Forum of First Ladies and Gentlemen. She attended the event as the wife of the Prime Minister and donated humanitarian aid to Ukraine.


Source: RT

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