"Our policy is unequivocal, both during and after the war. Expressing this policy briefly and honestly, I say today that our goal is peace. We did not need a war. It was a mandatory measure. This event was more effective than all thirty years of fruitless negotiations," APA
The head of state said that everything will depend on the Armenian leadership's assessment of modern realities, drawing the right conclusions and excluding revanchist attempts: “We are watching everything, we will watch more carefully. We were watching the situation not only in the occupied territories, but also in Armenia. We have seen all the displacements, including the advancement of long-range missiles, and today we see more. Therefore, I do not recommend the Armenian leadership to deceive and try to deceive us. This is simply no longer possible. If Armenia takes such an approach, then we will build relations in order to further strengthen ties. Of course, if everything goes exactly as we think, we do not rule out the signing of a peace agreement at some stage. Because the November 10 statement is essentially a de facto peace agreement. If one of the parties wins over the other, if one of the parties signs an act of capitulation, what else is needed in peace agreements? However, the document signed on November 10 is de facto an act on the full capitulation of Armenia. Therefore, of course, we are ready to go this way. "