Mikser said that it must be observed what the first steps of the new Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan are.
"We consider Armenia, which everyone knows, as over close partner and ally in the region".
Although Russia shares a military alliance with Armenia through the Collective Security Treaty Organisation, the Kremlin has also been involved the dispute by seeking settlement between the two states, and brokering the 1994 ceasefire.
The Armenian PM repeated his statement that the relations of the two countries must be developed independently from geopolitical factors.
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Pashinyan met the Russian president on the sidelines of the Eurasian Economic Summit in Sochi. "I think it was a very constructive position". "We didn't really go into details", he said. This is allied and strategic relationships between Armenia and Russian Federation.
"We will be just as active in the worldwide arena, starting from the United Nations where Armenia and Russian Federation always support each other", he added. I think we should work hard in the future since there are serious issues in Armenia's foreign policy agenda that are vital for the country. "I hope that our relations will develop as steadily as has been the case until now and we will be working together just as actively in the worldwide arena, in global organizations ... in the area of security and in the area of economic development". Moreover, after putting forward his candidacy for prime minister, he said that the question of Armenia's membership would not be put forward by his administration. "I am serving each of your and let nobody doubt that our struggle will earn Armenia, the Armenian people and Artsakh, new victories every day, every week and every year".
It is unlikely that anyone will try to exert pressure on Armenia because of military-technical cooperation with Russian Federation.
Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan said in the phone call: "Armenia attaches great weight to development of friendly relations with Iran based on mutual respect and interests". Protest leader Pashinyan secured the votes of 59 lawmakers, while 42 voted against him. After the elections, the ruling Armenian party stated that it joins the opposition and refuses from all the positions in the Government. Young fellows of the new PM joint the Cabinet.