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The Kremlin is pleased with Yerevan's latest statement on the Alexanders. reports that the statement came from Russian President's Spokesman Dmitry Peskov. He stressed the importance of restoring the truth in this matter.

Earlier, Putin and Pashinyan had a telephone conversation. The Prime Minister apologized to the Russian leader for his statements that only 10 per cent of the "Iskander" missiles used during the Second Karabakh War exploded, and said that he had been misinformed.

2021.03.01 / 16:55
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