Russian President Vladimir Putin and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan will discuss strategic partnership between the countries, restoring economic and transport links in the South Caucasus, and the conflict in Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) at a meeting in Moscow on Wednesday, April 7.
As Zartonk Media was informed from the press service of the Kremlin, the statement runs as follows,
“On April 7, Vladimir Putin will hold talks in Moscow with the Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan, who will be in Russia on a working visit.
It is planned to consider the progress in the implementation of the statements of the leaders of Russia, Armenia and Azerbaijan on Nagorno-Karabakh dated November 9, 2020 and January 11, 2021, as well as further steps to resolve the problems in the region, in particular in the context of restoring economic and transport links in the South Caucasus.
In addition, it is intended to discuss topical issues of the development of the Russian-Armenian strategic partnership and alliance, as well as the prospects for interaction in integration associations in the Eurasian space.”
The two last met in January, ahead of trilateral talks with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev in Moscow.