We have not come across a different position from Moscow at the high and highest level, but it is important that all Russian circles act within the framework of that logic and act in such a way as not to leave the impression of actions different from the officially published positions of the Russian Federation. Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said this in an interview to the Public TV, referring to the statements of Russian officials regarding the “corridor.”
"We are ready to open the roads, we want it, and in order to clearly express our desire, we have a name for the project: the ‘Armenian Crossroads’ project. What is the problem? Legal procedures for road use must be agreed upon. There is an agreement in principle that roads operate under the sovereignty of the countries in whose territory they are.
If we consider it our project, we should be interested in having the shortest and most efficient route, so that an international flow starts on that way, and Armenia gets as much income as possible from these transit flows," Pashinyan said.