Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and the ruling Civil Accord party are not going to discuss the issue of his resignation with anyone, and no one can question the legitimacy of the cabinet of ministers, Chairman of the Standing Commission on Foreign Relations of the Armenian Parliament, a deputy from the ruling party Sarkis Khandanyan said.

Report informs via Armenian media that Khandanyan said this issue cannot be the subject of discussion, since the citizens of Armenia in 2021 formed a parliament that appointed the government through elections. Power in Armenia can only change in a democratic, legitimate way, through elections that will take place in 2026.

Khandanyan also noted that a meeting between the Prime Minister and the leader of the Tavush for the Motherland movement, Archbishop Bagrat Galstanyan, is not planned.