June 30, 2014 14:39
Putin discusses involving Armenia in Eurasian integration processes with Sargsian, congratulates him with jubilee
MOSCOW. June 30 (Interfax) - Russian President Vladimir Putin has talked on the telephone with Armenian President Serzh Sargsian, the Kremlin press office said on Monday.
"Putin heartedly congratulated the Armenian president with the 60th birthday. The considerable personal contribution of Sargsian in enhancing the Russian-Armenian union," the press office said.
"The leaders have also discussed issues related to the coming full-scale involvement of Armenia in the Eurasian integration processes," the press office said.
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