Armenian, Russian presidents to talk Karabakh in Sochi

Armenian, Russian presidents to talk Karabakh in Sochi

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian president Serzh Sargsyan and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin will discuss the Nagorno Karabakh conflict at a meeting in Sochi on Wednesday, August 23.

President Sargsyan will depart for Russia for talks on a number of political, economic, humanitarian and cultural issues.

Also, the officials will weigh in on a variety of aspects concerning the cooperation between the two countries within the CSTO and the EAEU.

Regional and international conflicts, including the one in Karabakh, will also be high on the agenda.

Sargsyan and Putin's last meeting took place in Russia during the Armenian leader's visit in March.

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