Georgia resumes Russian gas transit to Armenia

Georgia resumes Russian gas transit to Armenia

PanARMENIAN.Net - Georgia has resumed the transit of Russian gas to Armenia that was suspended Wednesday, Aug 20 after a landslide hit the pipeline, head of the Georgian Gas Transportation Company Mamuka Kobakhidze said.

According to him, the transit was complete resumed Saturday morning.

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