Putin, Pashinyan to discuss key issues on Russian-Armenian agenda in Moscow on Thursday

MOSCOW, Dec 27: Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold a meeting with acting Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan in Moscow on Thursday, during which they will focus on the key issues on the bilateral agenda and prospects for cooperation in Eurasian integrative associations.
On December 20, Putin announced during his annual news conference that he would soon hold a meeting with Pashinyan during the latter’s working visit to Moscow.
The Russian leader also praised the strong Russian-Armenian relations, qualifying Armenia as Russia’s strategic partner both in the region and in the world.


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