Armenia, Russia agree to ‘intensify talks’ over gas prices

The Armenian and Russian top leaders have agreed to intensify the talks over the prices for natural gas supply, the Kremlin spokesperson said today, commenting on Acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s recent meeting with President Vladimir Putin.

“Until yesterday, unfortunately, we had could not record active negotiations between Gazprom and our partners in Armenia. There are specific timeframes, so we are facing a time trouble,” TASS news agency quotes Dmitry Peskov as saying.

Elaborating on his meeting with the Russian leader yesterday, Pashinyan said there isn’t any specific decision yet on the sale prices of the Russian gas.