Gazprom threatens to reduce volume of investments in Armenia

Russian “Kommersant” periodicaltouched upon the rise in gas tariff for Gazprom Armenia.

“Kommersant” writes that in 2018, after the revolution happened in spring, opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan became prime minister,and after which Yerevan’s official relations with the Russian state structures have become complicated. In July of the previous year, the State Revenue Committee has registered tax violations in a number of gas companies, including Gazprom Armenia and its subsidiary, Avtogaz, but there is an agreement between the parties that the gas price will increase, but the tariffs for the domestic market of Armenia will not change.