Georgia’s Energy Minister, Deputy Prime Minister Kakha Kaladze is set to hold another meeting with the leadership of Gazprom Export Company to discuss the transit of Russian gas to Armenia, RIA Novosti reports.
The meeting will be the third over the past month.
According to Kaladze, during the meetings the parties work on the conclusion of a new annual agreement, under which the parties will either shift to the financial reimbursement or will stick to the former conditions of the deal. No consensus has yet been reached.
The Energy Minister says Georgia should get an equivalent reimbursement in case the parties opt for financial payment.