YEREVAN. – Hraparak daily of Armenia writes: On September 20, the delegation led by CSTO Secretary General Stanislav Zas arrived in Yerevan; it was planned that they will stay for 5 days—until September 25.
The objective: "to study the situation on the border of Armenia and Azerbaijan, to submit proposals to ease the existing tension."
It was assumed that the head of state will receive the CSTO Secretary General. After all, reducing border tension is a priority issue today, but [PM Nikol] Pashinyan did not receive the CSTO Secretary General. And 2 days after his arrival in Yerevan, he left for New York, where he had a meeting with Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg of NATO, the number one enemy of the CSTO and Russia, within the framework of the session of the UN General Assembly.
And in the meantime in Armenia Zas was having meetings with second-echelon bureaucrats (...).
Yesterday, information was being circulated that upon learning about Pashinyan's meeting in New York, Zas left Armenia a few days ahead of planned. It was not possible to find out from the MFA on which day exactly he left.
It is a fact that after September 22, Zas did not participate in any meeting, no statement was disseminated about any event with his participation.