Nikol Pashinyan refuses to sign the CSTO declaration

The Prime Minister of Armenia, Nikol Pashinyan, refused to sign the declaration and the document on joint measures to provide assistance to Armenia, agreed upon after the summit of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO).

Pashinyan explained his refusal by saying that "the Collective Security Treaty Organization does not have a clear political assessment of Azerbaijan's aggression against Armenia's territorial integrity."

"It is regrettable that until today we have not made a decision regarding the reaction of the Collective Security Treaty Organization to the aggression carried out by Azerbaijan against Armenia. This causes great damage to the image of the Collective Security Treaty Organization both in our country and abroad," Pashinyan said.

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