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Opportunities for the flow of goods from Armenia to Russia through the Upper Lars checkpoint will be considerably expanded in the near future. Deputy chairman of the Russian State Duma, Alexey Gordeyev, told this to reporters in Yerevan on Tuesday.

According to him, a respective decision was made today by the Russian PM and the relevant ministries and departments, and a dialogue in this regard is underway between the ministries of economy of the two countries.

"The issues of the work of the Upper Lars checkpoint [on the Russian-Georgian border] were discussed as our response to the request of Armenia’s representatives—both at the level of the National Assembly and the government," Gordeyev added.

As reported earlier, there was heavy rain for two days in Georgia, near the Upper Lars checkpoint. As a result, part of the motorway, which is the only one leading to the checkpoint, was damaged due to water flowing from the mountains.

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