Dmitry Kiselyov, spoke about the end of war in Karabakh after the peace declaration signed by Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan.
Kiselyov said that Pashinyan’s dance at Shusha was considered as a provocation in Baku.
Kiselyov recalled that Pashinyan refused to negotiate with Azerbaijan, saying "Karabakh is Armenia and the point," and went to Shusha to dance instead of negotiations. Pashinyan’s "self-confidence" was aimed at deceiving Armenia and Karabakh. The underestimation of the situation eventually forced Pashinyan’s incompetent team to deceive its people from beginning to end during the fighting.
"What will happen now?" Kiselyov asked, adding that the Armenian army had been destroyed. Stressing that Armenia is currently going through difficult times, Kiselyov recalled that the wound of loss has healed over time, and divided it into stages such as denial, anger, trade, depression and acceptance. The Russian journalist said: “Armenia has already passed the stage of denial and is now experiencing the stage of anger. The next stage is trade.