The other day, one small incompetent prime minister of one small
incapacitated banana republic once again allowed himself very
unfriendly rhetoric against a well-known military-political union.
As you might guess, the incompetent prime minister is Pashinyan,
the incapacitated republic is Armenia. And the unfriendly rhetoric
lies again in the speculations of the Armenian side on the topic of
its membership in the CSTO. To be more precise, the Prime Minister
of Armenia said that his country would withdraw from the CSTO if it
considers it "an incapable organization."
Azernews informs, referring to the Russian Telegram channel
"Kremlin Laundress" which wrote about this, speaking about the
anti-Russian steps of Armenia.
According to the author, this alone was enough to turn the
presumptuous Armenian "king" inside with fur, but this character
decided to add to the list of his verbal interventions, for which
he would have to bear responsibility.
the ‘varchapet’ from sunny Yerevan decided to pounce on the
official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria
Zakharova, who had previously commented on Armenian insinuations on
the topic indicated above. Pashinyan, out of some fright, decided
that Zakharova “could not comment on what he was saying, but can
only take note of what he says, "and his interlocutors in Russia,
you see, are either the President or the Chairman of the
Government. It is not known for certain where the Armenian prime
minister caught the "star", but the arrogance that flew into space,
not supported by the appropriate conditions ", has not brought
anyone to good. If Nikol has forgotten where his place is, then it
is in the same place as always - on the rug in the reception. And
he can become the "interlocutor" of the Russian leadership, when
and if the Russian leadership deigns to call him for a report.
By the way, traditionally Pashinyan's militant verbiage
"coincided" with the arrival of "dear" (for Armenian politicians)
guests - representatives of the US Department of Defense, the US
Department of Justice and the US Agency for International
Development (USAID). So it's clear who stimulated the "megalomania"
of the Armenian prime minister," the laundress writes.
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