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The use of the international automobile road from the Persian Gulf to the Black Sea can give a fresh push to regional cooperation, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said when addressing the 11th meeting of the Armenian-Georgian commission on economic cooperation, hosted by Georgia’s capital Tbilisi.
“Bilateral cooperation between Armenia and Georgia in the transportation area is a priority for us. We cooperate within the frames of a number of international transport structures, attaching great importance to the international transport route from the Persian Gulf to the Black Sea and implementation of other relating initiatives. I think that the road connecting the Persian Gulf to the Black Sea can really stimulate regional cooperation”, he was quoted as saying by the Armenian government press office.
According to him, there are two projects to connect the Persian Gulf with the-Black Sea: an overland road and a railroad.