"In case you thought Anders Fogh Rasmussen was in Armenia out of altruism, or on behalf of NATO in any capacity...
The Armenian government is paying him for this," she tweeted.
According to Rasmussen's income statement, Armenia is among the clientele of the ex-secretary general, along with the EU missions in Japan and Taiwan, Equinor, Viasat, etc.
On March 13, former NATO Secretary General, founder of the Rasmussen Global consulting organization Anders Fogh Rasmussen arrived in Yerevan, where he met with officials, including the Prime Minister and Minister of Defense of Armenia, and made very controversial statements. This was not Rasmussen's first visit to Armenia, he first traveled there in September 2012, when he also visited Azerbaijan.
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