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Armenia left without Russian gas supplies due to road works around Tbilisi

22 September 2011 - 11:36am

Reconstruction of the road around Tbilisi resulted in a temporary gas cut for Armenia. Georgia informed ArmRosgazprom about construction from 11.00 am on September 22, News.am reports.


Armenia will use own reserves of gas. Georgia plans to connect a new section of the Saguramo-Krasny Most gas pipeline with a diameter of 1000 mm.


Georgia also plans to rehabilitate the landslide area and stop gas leakage.

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