During the telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Acting Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan did not discuss the topic of Moscow's assistance in connection with the situation on the border between Azerbaijan and Armenia; Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters this, TASS reported.
"No, Pashinyan did not ask for help. Of course, the Armenian side has expressed extreme concern over the situation on the border; President Putin shared this concern. And President Putin stressed the need to fulfill all the provisions of the trilateral [Russia, Azerbaijan, and Armenia] agreements. First of all, the provision on the need for a ceasefire," said the Kremlin spokesman, when asked if Putin and Pashinyan had discussed expanding military cooperation.