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MOSCOW, November 27. /ITAR-TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin is to make an official visit to Armenia on December 2, the Kremlin’s press office reported Wednesday.
“The visit will start in Gyumri where Putin and the Armenian President Serzh Sagrsyan will visit the 102nd Russian military base and take part in the third Russian-Armenian interregional forum,” the press office said.
High-level talks will follow in Yerevan with an emphasis on the key issues of bilateral cooperation, including economic and cultural ties.
“The presidents will exchange opinions about the implementation of agreements signed during Sargsyan’s visit to Moscow on September 3, as well as prospects for Armenia’ accession to the Customs Union and the Common Economic Space of Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Russia,” the Kremlin said.
The talks are to conclude with a number of accords.