Protests in Armenia did not pursue its foreign policy goals, said Friday the fresh Prime Minister of the state Nikol Pashinyan in interview to TV channel “Russia 24”.
“Not everything is about the fact that in our process, in our nationwide movement there was no foreign policy agenda. It was a purely domestic political process related to internal problems,” Pashinyan said.
He pointed out that he is not considered a Pro-Western or Pro-Russian political functionary, just as he does not refer to himself as a Pro-American, Pro-Iranian or Pro-Georgian political figure.
“At this moment I am the Prime Minister not as a member of a certain party or a faction. I am currently giving the Armenian people and the national movement that took place in April in Armenia. And this movement did not raise practically any foreign policy issues, ” Pashinyan said.