Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold talks with Armenia’s acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, the Kremlin Press Service has confirmed.
“It is planned to discuss key topics on the bilateral agenda, prospects of cooperation in integration formats on the Eurasian space,” the Press service said.
The Armenian Prime Minister’s press office had earlier announced Pashinyan’s visit to Moscow.
“Issues of cooperation in bilateral and multilateral formats will be discussed,” the statement said.
Putin announced the upcoming meeting with Nikol Pashinyan at a press conference on December 20.