“Armenia and Russia continue negotiations on gas price cut,” Armenian Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Levon Yolyan told reporters after the government sitting today.
“It’s an issue of clash of interests, and we’re discussing it,” the Minister said. He added that the talks aim to have the price cut for consumers, as well.
Speaking about the re-launching of the “Nairit” plant, the Minister noted that the talks are under way and offers are expected by April 2016.
Will Georgia finally import Iranian gas through the territory of Armenia? Levon Yolyan said Energy Ministers of Armenia, Iran, Georgia and Russia are going to meet in Tbilisi on April 11-13, and the issue will be finally solved.
“We’re actively working to get more actively involved in regional energy programs,” the Minister stated.