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YEREVAN. – An investment program worth $60 million is currently being discussed, which will enable introducing a network of new quality gasoline stations in Armenia. The Minister of Economy, Vahan Kerobyan, told reporters this after Friday’s government Cabinet meeting.

"They are foreign investors. They will import gasoline from Russia and Georgia. Azerbaijani and Turkish gasoline will not be imported [to Armenia]," the minister added.

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