Russia, Armenia agreed on gas prices – President Sargsyan

Russia, Armenia agreed on gas prices – President Sargsyan

PanARMENIAN.Net - Russia and Armenia have reached agreement on Russian gas supply prices, President Serzh Sargsyan said.

“The price of gas supplied to Armenia should be based on market prices, in line with regional tariff prices when maintaining economic efficiency,” President Sargsyan said.

In early July, Armenian media outlets disseminated information on possible surge of Russian gas starting October 1, 2012, with 1,000 cubic meters of gas on border with Armenia to cost $280.

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