At a briefing with journalists, Secretary of the Security Council Armen Grigoryan said: “We have repeatedly said that any path along the corridor logic through Armenia is excluded. There will definitely be border control. And our policy continues to remain so. In Armenia, any path along the corridor logic is excluded, such an issue has never been discussed.” According to Armen Grigoryan, the issues were discussed both in Moscow and in Brussels. “If you remember, Azerbaijan has been saying for a long time that the corridor is being discussed. On November 6, last year, when Deputy Prime Minister Overchuk was in Armenia, he said that no issue was being discussed according to corridor logic. The same thing happened after the Brussels talks. This shows that our approach in negotiations has always been the same and will continue to be,” he added. Corridor logic is also unacceptable for Western Armenia, given the fact that the enemy now occupies part of the sovereign territories of Armenia.