Armenia doesn’t view the sale of weapons of member states of the Collective Security Treaty Organization to Azerbaijan as business. This is what Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia Zohrab Mnatsakanyan declared during a session at the National Assembly today, responding to a question from deputy of the My Step faction Tigran Karapetyan.
According to him, this issue is always a matter of discussion in parliament and government.
“You are aware of the government’s approach. We don’t view it as business. These are weapons targeted against our people, and it’s clear that we are rather highly sensitive,” the foreign minister stated.