YEREVAN, September 28. /ARKA/. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev expressed satisfaction at the growing trade turnover between Russia and Armenia and the strengthening economic ties between the countries as met his Armenian counterpart, Tigran Sargsyan, in Foros, a town in Ukrainian Crimea, Novosti-Armenia reports referring to RIA Novosti.
“We are in constant contact at all levels, and in this sense everything is all right and results are not bad,” he said. “The key indicator is trade turnover, though we understand that quality of this turnover is important as well. But the quality is improving, not falling. There is investment reserve as well, and we will speak about some business projects – they are always on our agenda.”
Sargsyan, on his side, said that Armenia attaches great importance to deepening and expanding its relations with Russia.
“We are satisfied at dynamics of the relations, but we see that there is greater potential, which we must put in use,” the Armenian premier said. -0--