February 24
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Yes, there is such an issue. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan noted this while answering, on live broadcast Friday, people’s video questions—and referring to the fact that Armenia had paid millions of dollars to Russia for weapons, but did not receive them, nor did it get the money back.

According to Pashinyan, there are discussions about the mechanisms by which this problem could be solved.

"For example, one of the options could be the reduction of Armenia's [national] debt to Russia in the amount of paid money. This is not the only option. But here, too, Russia itself needs armaments, and we are ready to work here, too, and I hope that these discussions will bring concrete results," emphasized the Armenian PM.

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