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“We discussed the entire Armenian-Russian agenda and issues that can be of interest to our societies,” Sargsyan said.
“I’m satisfied with the content of the meeting. It will take time to see the results, but the content of the meeting was very substantive and important,” he said.
The presidents discussed a wide range of issues “from the terms and structure of possible loans for extending the operation of the Armenian nuclear power plant and the timeline and conditions for Armenia’s accession to the Eurasian Economic Union to military-technical cooperation,” Sargsyan said.
He confirmed that the agreement on Armenia’s accession to the Eurasian Economic Union Treaty would be signed this year, possibly before autumn.