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Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan that Armenia and Iran would hold talks on development of cooperation on the sidelines of the upcoming Eurasian Economic Union meeting.

Pashinyan invited Iranian President Hassan Rouhani to take part in the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) summit.

In the meeting with Iran's media delegation, Pashinyan stressed the importance of following up the implementation of projects already agreed by the two countries. He said that importing gas from Iran and exporting gas to the country are important projects between the two countries, IRNA reported.

Pashinyan described completion of the third power transmission grid between the two countries as a project of prime importance.

As for the upcoming summit, the Armenian prime minister said that Yerevan and Tehran can negotiate on the sidelines of the event about bilateral issues in line with mutual interests.

Armenia is the sole member of the EAEU that enjoys land border with Iran, and this is a key factor in transit of Iran's commodities to Eurasia, he added.

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