The Russian Foreign Ministry has called on the prime minister of Armenia to be responsible for own actions, and not to look for the guilty one, the Russian bureau of Report informs.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova at a briefing was responding to News.ru’s request to comment on Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s recent statement.
“One must be able to be responsible for one’s own actions, and not look for the guilty ones endlessly and on every occasion. One must bear one’s own responsibility. One must not shift the blame or one’s own responsibility onto anyone else. There is a difference between a politician, a statesman and a passerby who is not thinking about the national interests of their country,” Zakharova said.