Kremlin reveals agenda of Pashinyan-Putin talks

Wed 26 Dec 2018 18:14 GMT | 22:14 Local Time

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Armenia’s acting PM Nikol Pashinyan and Russian president Vladimir Putin will discuss key topics of the bilateral agenda during their meeting in Moscow, Kremlin said in a statement, reports.

Pashinyan will leave for a working visit to Moscow on Thursday for talks with Vladimir Putin.

“It is planned to discuss key topics of the bilateral agenda, the perspective of interaction in integration unions in the Eurasian area,” the statement posted on Kremlin’s website reported.




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