Everyone wants to keep Armenia as a single entity. The Russian Federation and Iran are primarily interested in this, Hrant Bagratyan, chairman of the Freedom Party and former Prime Minister of Armenia, told journalists on Monday.
"Any change of borders needs a referendum. That's why Aliyev and Erdogan are for Pashinyan to stay. And Russia and the West want Pashinyan to leave, because then Aliyev will be asked for documents, which may not exist. And if they do, they must go through a referendum, after which the president must sign them.
Nancy's visit showed that NATO is not waiting for us. The Americans said they weren't helping Azerbaijan, but only supporting de-mining, which isn't true. I would not say it was a good visit for the authorities.
By the way, Pelosi urged Yerevan to stay with Russia during her visit to Armenia, despite the conflict with Moscow," Bagratyan noted.