Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan noted the need to open communications with Azerbaijan. The head of government believes that it is time to end the hostile sentiments that exist in the two countries.
For this, as Pashinyan pointed out, it is necessary to open regional communications and roads. He also stressed that the opening of transport communications will connect Azerbaijan by road with Nikhichevan, and Armenia – by rail with Russia and Iran, Rosbalt reports.
Pashinyan recalled that Armenia has “huge reserves of copper.” If it is possible to open a railway connection, then it will be possible to export not blister copper, but “create a copper-smelting production, create the entire cycle.”