I'm not ready to answer this question right now. Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly of Armenia, Alen Simonyan, told this to reporters, when asked how the country’s relations with Georgia will develop, and what he thinks about the "platform of six," which has been proposed as a solution to the current problems in the region.
"The answer to this question will come later; it's not the time yet," he said.
According to Simonyan, at the moment he is more interested in security, as well as the new internal political situation after Sunday’s snap parliamentary elections in Armenia.
To note, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had announced in Azerbaijan about discussions on the idea of establishing a "platform of six"—comprising Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Russia, Iran, and Georgia—in the South Caucasus.