February 25 Russian President Putin talked with Armenian Prime Minister Pahiniyan on the phone on the 25th, and the two sides discussed the most emerging tensions in Armenia.
According to a statement issued on the Russian presidential website on the 25th, the call was made at the proposal of Armenia. During the call, the two sides discussed the current domestic situation in Armenia.
Putin called on all parties in Asia to exercise restraint, resolve contradictions within the legal framework, ease current tensions, and maintain order and stability.
Not long ago, Pashinyan said in an interview with Western media that the Russian-made “Iskander” tactical missile used by the Asian army in the Naqqa conflict was only launched and exploded by 10%.
The Russian Ministry of Defense issued a statement on the 25th, saying that it was confused about the above remarks, and pointed out that the Asian Prime Minister was misled and used misinformation in the interview.
According to local Armenian media reports, the remarks of the Asian Prime Minister have aroused the dissatisfaction of some senior officials of the Asian military.
Dozens of senior officers, including the runner-up Chief of General Staff Gasparyan, issued a statement on the 25th demanding the resignation of Pashinyan and his cabinet.
In response to this situation, Pacinian announced the dismissal of Gasparyan on the grounds of “attempting a coup”, but still needed the approval of the president.