Paper: Gagik Tsarukyan, Robert Kocharian’s visit to Moscow pursued common goal

Paper: Gagik Tsarukyan, Robert Kocharian’s visit to Moscow pursued common goal

PanARMENIAN.Net - According to Hraparak daily, Prosperous Armenia party leader Gagik Tsarukyan will return to Armenia on May 28.

“By a lucky coincidence, ex-president Robert Kocharian will leave the Russian capital for Armenia on the same day,” the daily said.

“Experts don’t rule out that the politicians met in Belarus through mediation of the country leader Alexander Lukashenko. Tsarukyan and Kocharian’s visit to Russia is a symbolic “token” to make the official Moscow realize who their real allies in Armenia are, as well as, show readiness to join the Eurasian Union with Lukashenko. Moscow must have appreciated the effort, having allowed the party to leave coalition,” the paper said.

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