YEREVAN.- Armenia will take preventive measures at the line of contact, Armenian PM Tigran Sargsyan said speaking in the parliament on Wednesday.
Commenting on the opposition bloc members Nikol Pashinyan’s remark, Sargsyan said the frontline security will be discussed by the government.
“The relevant agencies are engaged in this work. Naturally, the reports will not be made public. The actions must be of preventive character, while retaliatory measures must be adequate or stronger,” he said.
The incidents claiming lives of Armenian and Azerbaijani soldiers occurred on June 4-5. On the day of the Paris meeting of Armenian and Azerbaijani foreign ministers, an Armenian soldier was killed.