Spokesperson for Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Maria Zakharova has commented on Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s remarks against Russia as he was interviewed by the Italian media, APA‘s Moscow correspondent reports.
During a briefing held today, Zakharova urged Pashinyan not to shift his responsibility onto someone else.
“A lot has been said by the Prime Minister of Armenia in recent days. I think that if we sum up all these statements, we can say that you should answer for your own steps, you should not look for accusers. You have to take responsibility. You should not shift your responsibility onto someone else. Therefore, there is a difference between a politician, a statesman, and a passer-by who does not think about the national interests of his country. I reiterate that it is necessary to have the ability to respond for one's steps. Otherwise, it's a bit like "the story of a bad dancer”.