Just over a week after welcoming the highest-ranking US official to visit Armenia, the country’s acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said his country will pursue its own national interests and continue to have close relations with neighbouring Iran, one of Yerevan’s biggest trading partners.
“I reaffirm the position that we should have special relations with Iran and Georgia that would be as far outside geopolitical influences as possible. This position was very clearly formulated also duri...
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