In the context of Armenia-Russia relations, I am guided by the statements of my Russian colleagues, Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan said, APA reports.
He noted that he is not obliged to listen carefully to all statements, but he carefully follows the words of the Russian leadership.
"Thus, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the Russian Federation has no problem with Armenia and with me personally," Pashinyan said.
He said that his government has sent the Rome Statute to the parliament, and taking into account his position, it will be ratified with the support of his party members in the parliament.
"This has nothing to do with Armenian-Russian relations, everything is related to Armenia's security problem," Pashinyan added.