Kremlin has confirmed that last week Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan sent a letter to the Russian President, in which he presented Yerevan's position on the situation in the region. After this, there have been no other contacts between Vladimir Putin and Nikol Pashinyan, "Interfax" reports.
"President Putin himself said in Vladivostok that there was indeed a detailed letter in which the Armenian side's point of view on what is happening is stated," Putin’s press secretary Dmitry Peskov said.
According to him, "at that time we were working to resume the flow of humanitarian aid to Karabakh, and to our satisfaction, as of yesterday, the efforts were crowned with success. The first batch (of humanitarian aid) went in two directions, along the roads of Aghdam and Lachin."
"However, unfortunately, it did not save us from the resumption of military operations," Peskov emphasized.