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May 14, 20218:56 AM PDTLast Updated a month ago
Asia Pacific
Armenian PM Pashinyan asks Russia's Putin for military support -Ifax

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Armenia's acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan speaks during a parliament session in Yerevan, Armenia May 10, 2021. Tigran Mehrabyan/PAN Photo via REUTERS
MOSCOW, May 14 (Reuters) - Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on Friday asked Russian President Vladimir Putin for military support, the Interfax news agency reported, amid a renewed rise in tensions between Armenia and Azerbaijan that last year exploded into a bloody conflict.
Putin held a phone call late on Thursday with Pashinyan, during which he stressed the need for strict observance of a ceasefire agreement brokered by Russia last year. read more
Reporting by Polina Ivanova; Editing by Catherine Evans
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