Russia to continue supplying Armenia with weapons - Pashinyan
MOSCOW. Sept 10 (Interfax) - Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has said he agreed with Russian President Vladimir Putin to continue the delivery of Russian weapons to Armenia on credit.
"We have agreed [with Putin] on the uninterrupted delivery of Russian weapons," Pashinyan told the newspaper Kommersant in an interview published on Monday.
He said that the arms would be supplied on credit.
"Yes, that will be done on credit. We will discuss other options, as well. This kind of cooperation is extremely important, and I do not foresee any problems in this area," Pashinyan said.