The phonic conversation has been held between Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Prime Minister of Armenian called Nikol Pashinyan, as per reports issued on Saturday, January 22, 2022. As per the reports, in the conversation, both the counterpart leaders have discussed the strategy that should be implemented for the further interaction suited to the framework of the Collective Security Treaty Organisation (CSTO).
The initiative of the phonic conversation was taken ahead by the Armenian side with Russia. As per the statement issued by the Armenian,” The prospects and strategy of the further interaction to made the framework of the CSTO were discussed between both the leaders as Armenia is considered to have the current chairmanship of the Collective Security Treaty Organisation (CSTO).
Further, Russian President Putin shortly mentioned and informed the Armenian Prime Minister on talks about the security guarantees from their side.
As Per Nikol Parchinyan requested and the Russian President briefly mentioned in front of him about the negotiation process with the United States and its allies called NATO on the guarantees of the security of the Russian Federation and for Europe, as per the statement.
Further, both the heads of the countries have discussed the trilateral agreements between the countries such as Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia in the conversation.
As per the statement,” From November 9, 2020, January 11 and November 26, 2021, the practical aspects of the implementation of the agreements that were recorded in the trilateral statements were discussed for the countries such as Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia. It further includes the issues that were related to the delimitation and demarcation of the borders of Armenian-Azerbaijani.
Earlier, December 17, 2021, the draft agreement between Moscow and Washington on the security guarantees was published by the Russian Foreign Ministry. The agreements were also included the measures that ensure the security of Russia in NATO states members.
Moreover, the first round of talks was held between Moscow and Washington on January 10 to 13, 2022, which did not bring any adequate results. Now, Moscow is anticipating the written response from the Russian side.