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14 May 2018, 02:51 | Melissa Porter
Armenian, Georgian PMs Agree to Strengthen Economic Relations
Pashinyan stressed that the protest actions in Armenia were due exclusively to internal problems of the country, and protesters did not make any demands concerning the country's foreign policy.
According to Oxu.Az, the due statement came from Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, commenting on United States sanctions against the products of the Russian military-industrial complex in his interview to "Russia 24" TV channel.
He expressed willingness to work with Pashinyan to continuously lift bilateral ties to higher levels.
On Monday, Nikol Pashinyan will attend the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council's session.
Russian President Vladimir Putin expects that under the new Armenian government relations between Moscow and Yerevan will continue to develop just as robustly as before, TASS reports.
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