"Repair work to the pipeline has been completed, and gas supplies to Armenia resumed at about 07:00 p.m. local time (03:00 p.m. GMT) on Monday," he said.
The resumption of gas supplies to Armenia was confirmed by the Georgian oil and gas corporation.
"Supplies were suspended due to technical problems caused by a serious gas leak from a corrosive pipe. Workers kept their promise to repair the damaged section within five days," the spokesman said.
Armenia currently consumes 8.5 million-9 million cubic meters of gas daily, an ArmRosgazprom spokeswoman, Shushan Sardaryan, said, adding that underground gas storage facilities had been used to supply gas during the repair work.
The Armenian-Russian joint gas venture, ArmRosgazprom, has a monopoly on Russian gas supplies and distribution in Armenia.
Russian energy giant Gazprom controls 75.55% in the joint venture, the Armenian government holds a 20% stake, and Russia's Itera company another 4.44%.