ArmInfo. Russian Ambassador to Armenia Sergey Kopyrkin sees no prerequisites for changing the course of Armenian-Russian relations in connection with the resignation of the government of Dmitry Medvedev.
So, answering the corresponding question, he noted that he does not see the prerequisites for this, while emphasizing that today there is an installation to further deepen and expand cooperation between the two countries.
"Armenia is an important country for Russia. Our relations have a very solid base, a wide sector of common, mutual interests. That is why I think this cannot be called into question," the Russian diplomat said.
At the same time, he once again assured that personnel changes in the Russian government will not affect relations between the two countries in any way, the tasks that are being solved within the framework of these relations.
At the same time, the Russian ambassador did not comment on information about the increase in gas prices for Armenia since April this year. "You know, I would refrain from any comments, since this is a question that is being discussed at the level of the relevant circles directly involved in this area. My comments therefore are unlikely to be relevant to the issue," Kopyrkin said, recalling that negotiations - this is a sensitive issue and urged to wait for their final results.