Nikol Pachinian announced his resignation on April 25 in the run-up to the early parliamentary elections which will take place on June 20. However, he will continue to perform his duties on an interim basis until the elections.
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinian announced on April 25 that he was resigning while continuing to exercise his interim functions until the early legislative elections in June, which aim to get the country out of the political crisis.
“I am resigning today from my post as Prime Minister” before the elections, announced the head of government on his Facebook page. Armenia has been at a political stalemate since its stinging defeat in the conflict that pitted it against Azerbaijan in the fall of 2020 for control of the Nagorno-Karabakh enclave.
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