Russian Prime Minister Set to Visit Armenia

YEREVAN (Armradio)–Russian Prime Minister Viktor Zubkov and a high profile delegation of Russian Ministers and agency heads are expected to arrive in Yerevan Tuesday for an official working visit with Armenian leaders.
The Russian Premier’s delegation included the Russian Minister of Transport Igor Levitin, Minister of Information Technologies and Ebnergy Andrey Dementev, Head of the Federal Tax Service Andrey Belyanikov, Head of the Federal Atomic Agency Sergey Kirienko, Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade Kirill Androsov, Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin, Deputy Minister of Finance Dmitri Pankin, First Deputy Director of the Federal Service of Military-Technical Cooperation Alexander Fomin, other officials.
Zubkov is expected to meet Wednesday with Armenian President Robert Kocharian, Speaker of the National Assembly Tigran Torosyan, Prime Minister Serge Sargsyan and Catholicos Garegin II.
The two premiers are set to sign a number of cooperation documen’s during their meeting and will be giving a joint press conference afterwards. Zubkov is also scheduled to lay flowers at the Dzidzernagapert memorial.


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