Armenia said that Pashinyan announced his resignation to resign

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan announced his resignation, as reported by the Armenian information portal Armlur. This decision was announced at an emergency meeting of the party and, according to the source, new early parliamentary elections in the country may take place on September 10. Pashinyan motivated his decision as an attempt to “save” both himself and his government in the face of escalating Azerbaijani demands regarding the issue of Tavush enclaves. The move was a reaction to the deepening crisis in relations with Baku, which is insisting on returning four villages in northern Armenia to its control as part of the border delimitation and demarcation process.

The situation between the two countries is heating up against the backdrop of Yerevan’s efforts to strengthen ties with the West. Earlier, the Armenian authorities expressed confidence that the United States and the European Union are their main allies, taking active steps to deepen cooperation. In particular, it focuses on the importance of the EU mission in Armenia, which, according to the Armenian Foreign Ministry, helps improve the situation on the border with Azerbaijan and contributes to the establishment of peace in the region.


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