Russian President Dmitry Medevedev should visit Armenia, following U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s trip to Armenia within the framework of her regional visit to South Caucasus, Head of the “Heritage” parliamentary faction Stepan Safaryan told the reporters on Monday.
“Clinton’s visit to the region was very expressive. It was branded as a South Eastern European tour, thus U.S. and Europe outlined where South-Eastern Europe ends. Her messages were a signal that both U.S. and Europe have critical strategic interests and will not allow any spontaneous activities. The message was mostly leveled at Azerbaijan," he said.
Safaryan stressed it was the gauntlet thrown down to Russia, which must counterbalance U.S., at that preserving the parity between Armenia and Azerbaijan.