Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said that the sale of weapons to Azerbaijan by the Belarusian authorities is unacceptable.
“We have good relations, but I think that we have a great potential, and we must implement it. Of course, we have concerns about Belarus selling weapons to Azerbaijan. And this is a big problem for our relations. I spoke about this with President Lukashenka. And you know, this problem is aggravated by the fact that Armenia and Belarus are military-political partners within the CSTO framework. All citizens of Armenia are dissatisfied with the fact that Belarus sells weapons to Azerbaijan,” Pashinyan told Euroradio.
In April it became known that Azerbaijan had decided to purchase the Belarusian high-precision missile systems called “Polonez”. Yerevan expressed dissatisfaction with the deal, since Armenia and Belarus are members of the CSTO.