17:41 GMT23 November 2020
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    The Russian energy giant Gazprom is in talks with Iran over gas exchange operations for gas supplies to Armenia, CEO Alexey Miller said.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) – On Tuesday, Miller met Georgian Energy Minister Kakhaber Kaladze for negotiations.

    "Yes, we did discuss this issue, currently we are working on the issues of exchange operations with our Iranian colleagues," Miller said, when answering a question whether he and Kaladze discussed supplies of gas to Armenia from Iran.

    At the moment, the Russian gas is supplied to Armenia via Georgia.

    In November, Iranian Petroleum Minister Bijan Zangeneh said Tehran was already in talks with Moscow on oil and gas swaps agreement.


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