YEREVAN. – The work is underway to organize an official visit of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan to Moscow, Armenian PM said during a press conference in Kapan on 25 January.
Pashinyan recalled that meetings with the Russian leader are frequent, and during Putin’s trip to Yerevan last year, an agreement was reached to exchange official visits.
“We are working now to organize my official visit to Moscow in the first half of the year,” Pashinyan said.
He added that Armenian-Russian strategic relations are developing in all directions, within the framework of the Eurasian Union, the CIS, at the bilateral level. Russia is also the co-chair of the OSCE Minsk Group, and economic relations are developing as well.
“We will discuss a wide range of issues,” he added.