Russia and Armenia

 'Pobeda' dismisses reports on hard landing in Gyumri

Russia's Pobeda Airlines has dismissed reports on one of its planes’ making a hard landing in Gyumri, Armenia, a representative of the airline said. The Civil Aviation Committee of Armenia announced yesterday evening that …

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Pobeda Airlines resumes selling tickets to Armenia

Russia's Pobeda low-cost carrier will resume selling air tickets to Armenia’s Gyumri, the airline's press service said. "Today we resume selling flights to Gyumri: the airport promised to take all necessary measures …

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Patrushev to visit Yerevan soon

Secretary of the Russian Security Council of Russia Nikolai Patrushev will arrive in Armenia on a two-day working visit on August 12, the press service of the National Security Council of Armenia reported. …

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Armenia to build new nuclear power plant?

Armenia’s authorities are negotiating with Russia over prospects for the participation in construction of a new nuclear power plant in the country, Armenian Vice Prime Minister Tigran Avinyan said. According to …

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Putin and Pashinyan discuss EEU and CSTO

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan discussed cooperation within Eurasian Economic Union and the CSTO during their phone talks, Kremlin press service reported. …

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Armenian NPP to continue using Russian fuel

The Armenian Nuclear Power Plant will continue using Russian fuel, as Tvel company that produces and sells nuclear fuel for power, transport, and research-and-development reactors and the Armenian Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) signed a revised …

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Putin to meet with Pashinyan at SPIEF

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan plans to hold a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin within the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF), the Armenian government press office …

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