by Ashot Safaryan
Russia's partners should follow the example of Armenia - a country that expressed its compelling stand on the Ukrainian crisis, a Russian political scientist Vladimir Yevseev said at a video-bridge Moscow-Yerevan-Astana.
The expert said the CIS countries could make their significant contribution to settlement of the crisis in Ukraine, as what is happening there now is threatening the security of the entire post-Soviet area.
"I am impressed with Armenia's stand. It was Yerevan that supported its strategic ally Russia in the issue of Crimea. I think, the remaining allies of Moscow have what to think about," Yevseev said.