In an interview to the British daily newspaper The Telegraph, the prime minister of Armenia found himself in a somewhat awkward situation.
The principles of peace between Armenia and Azerbaijan have been agreed upon. In any case, this is what Pashinyan claims. However, with whom has this been agreed? That is the question — a rhetorical one. It turns out that when Pashinyan says the issue has been agreed he means the Alma-Ata Declaration, and this is in view of the fact that Aliyev has more than once spoken about his own agenda, which has nothing to do with the provisions of the aforementioned declaration.