Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said he discussed the matter of weapons supply at his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
“We have good cooperation in the technico-military domain and, of course, we have some arrangements,” Pashinyan told RIA Novosti. “And I believe that our relations in that domain are developing.”
And asked whether the matter of supplying more Russian-made Iskander ballistic missiles to Armenia was discussed during this talk, Pashinyan said Armenia already has a sufficient amount of these missiles.
“But we hope to still get something else,” he added, “not small.”