The meeting of the Deputy Prime Ministers of Armenia, Russia and Azerbaijan will take place in the coming days, the exact date is still being determined. Ani Babayan, Assistant to the Deputy Prime Minister Mher Grigoryan, mentioned this in a conversation with 1lurer.am.
"The agenda does not emphasize any specific direction, it supposes discussion of various issues related to the regional transport unblocking", the Assistant said.
Earlier, the Russian website rbc.ru had reported that a meeting of the Deputy Prime Ministers of the three countries is scheduled for January 27 in Moscow, during which the creation of a transport corridor in the South Caucasus will be discussed.
An agreement to set up a trilateral working group chaired by the Deputy Prime Ministers of Armenia, Russia and Azerbaijan to unblock all economic and transport ties in the region was reached on January 11 following a trilateral meeting of the three leaders in Moscow.