Russian and Armenian Presidents hold talks in Moscow
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Armenian counterpart Serzh Sargsyan held talks in Moscow.
"I would like to note that all our teams work strenuously on the implementation of our agreements that were reached when you visited Russia in March of this year," President Putin said.
"This work yields results to say nothing about our cooperation in the sphere of political contacts, security and economy," TASS cited Putin as saying.
He also thanked Sargsyan for efforts to organize an exhibition timed to Days of Armenian Culture unveiled in Russia. Serzh Sargsyan, for his part, hailed Russian-Armenian cooperation that progresses on all trajectories, and highlighted the significance of cultural and scientific-educational ties with Russia for Armenia.
Putin noted that cultural and humanitarian ties are developing no less actively. He mentioned Russian law enforcement agencies returning to Armenia a painting by Mikhail Vrubel, stolen in Yerevan 22 years ago.