Armenia will respond to the war threat with peace agenda, in case of necessity by imposing peace agenda, Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan stated at the 12th extraordinary congress of the Yerkrapah Volunteer Union.
“You cannot threat other people. One does not speak with peoples in a language of threat. You should not speak with us in that language. In general, one should not threaten us with war. We will respond to the war threat with peace agenda, in case of necessity by imposing the peace agenda,” the Prime Minister said.
He stressed that each option of Karabakh conflict settlement must be acceptable for peoples of Armenia, Artsakh and Azerbaijan.
“Establishing peace and stability in the region cannot be the commitment of one or two out of the three parties of the Karabakh conflict. This is a responsibility that must be equally shared among all the three parties of the conflict. It is a general responsibility, it needs joint work and this is the very idea I have put on the table of negotiations with Azerbaijan,” Pashinyan stressed.