Kremlin unaware of Putin’s visit to Armenia

Kremlin unaware of Putin’s visit to Armenia

PanARMENIAN.Net - Russian President Vladimir Putin doesn’t plan to visit Yerevan in near future, Kremlin press service said.

“We have no information about Putin’s plants to travel to Yerevan in the days to come,” the press service told PanARMENIAN.Net

As Haykakan Zhamanak daily reported earlier citing well-informed sources, the Russian leader is expected to visit Armenia in early November.

According to the paper, Putin will be accompanied by former Yerevan Mayor Karen Karapetyan, currently occupying the post of the First Vice President of Gazprombank, a major Russian bank.

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