In an interview with 1in.am, Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan referred to the statement of third President Serzh Sargsyan, according to which he was surprised why the Iskander ballistic missile in Armenia’s arsenal was not fired on the third or fourth day of the recent Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) war.
The journalist conducting the interview inquired from the PM whether that insinuation was addressed to him, and Pashinyan responded: "That insinuation may be addressed to me as well. But I believe the one who is rejected [i.e., Sargsyan] should know the answers to many questions and not ask questions to which he knows the answers. And maybe they will answer: Why did the Iskander that was fired not explode, or it exploded, for example, by 10 percent?”
Then the journalist asked if that was the case, and the premier responded: "I do not know."