YEREVAN.- The results of Armenia’s parliamentary elections will not affect the relations with Russia, head of Caucasus Institute Alexander Iskandaryan said during a Wednesday space bridge.
“I think the elections will have no impact on Armenia-Russia relations, as not a single political party casts doubt on the format of the bilateral relations,” he stressed.
Russian political analyst, head of the Scientific Society of Caucasian Experts Alexander Krilov shared his opinion pointing out tensed situation in the Middle East and situation over Nagorno-Karabakh.
“The situation demands that Armenia should have firm security guarantees which Russia can give,” he said.
The parliamentary elections in Armenia are scheduled for May 6, 2012.