MOSCOW. - Russia and Armenia are considering the possibility of mutual computations in national currencies.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said the aforementioned after the meeting with his Armenian counterpart Serzh Sargsyan in Moscow on Wednesday.
Putin also noted that Russia is the leading economic partner of Armenia. “According to the results of last year, the bilateral commodity turnover has grown by six percent. We consider such a result as serious success, which has been achieved against the background of unstable global conjuncture. For the purpose of the further expansion and diversification of trade, the possibility of mutual computations in national currencies is currently under discussion,” the Russian President said, adding that the Russian investments in Armenia’s economy have exceeded three billion dollars.