YEREVAN. – Irates newspaper of Armenia writes: They say that Russia is in quite a hurry in the Karabakh issue, and that the series of “nonstop” meetings of the foreign ministers is conditioned by that. This is also conditioned by the launching of the [criminal] case against [Armenia’s 3rd President] Serzh Sargsyan, the government's overthrow of "saturating" it with "new" elements.
By the way, Serzh Sargsyan has said in a narrow environment that what [PM] Nikol [Pashinyan] is doing "to me, to the rest, even to Armenia, is not as much a concern to me as much as what he is doing to the Karabakh issue. In the course of time, in any way it will be possible to restore the casus linked to both Armenia and other problems, the irreversible is Karabakh."
It is not said what exactly the third president meant, but there is an opinion that the "not-much-speaking" president would never say such thing without serious grounds.