The two leaders also addressed the results of trilateral contacts between Moscow, Yerevan, and Baku, and plans to restore economic and logistical ties in Transcaucasia.
Earlier Putin spoke with his Azerbaijani counterpart, Ilham Aliyev, and they also discussed the agreements between the three countries.
The Armenian Government, in turn, informed that the stakeholders discussed issues related to the situation in the Lachin corridor, which connects Armenia with Nagorno-Karabakh.
Pashinian stressed the importance of an unimpeded connection between Yerevan and the enclave and the implementation of consecutive steps in this direction by the Russian peacekeepers.
On Monday morning Azerbaijanis presenting themselves as environmentalists blocked the Lachin corridor, the only road linking Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh.
Yerevan called this action a provocation by Baku ‘seeking to create a humanitarian catastrophe in the area’.
Nagorno-Karabakh is a region with a majority Armenian population, but located within Azerbaijani territory, and for its possession, Yerevan and Baku have fought several times since its separation in 1988 from the then Soviet Socialist Republic of Azerbaijan.