Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad arrived in Yerevan today on a state visit. He will meet with the Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan and other senior Armenian officials. Ahmadinejad was scheduled to visit Yerevan last June, but that trip was cancelled in the last minute. Shipment of more Iranian crude oil to Armenia is expected to be on top of the agenda.
Photo: President Ahmadinejad (r.) and Sargsyan at the Presidential Palace in Yerevan. 23 December 2011. AP Photo
They don't care if King Kong visits them so long as they get cheap oil.
Notice to Armenia fumigate the air after Antars departure.
"They don't care if King Kong visits them so long as they get cheap oil.
Notice to Armenia fumigate the air after Antars departure."
Is that the best you can come up with?
@anno December 23, 2011 8:04 AM
could you please verify the prise of the iranian cheap oil for Armenia.
That should be the best reason for impeachment of Ahmadi nejad by Majlis
I support the Iranian prez. And leader.
Iran to Armenia to try and get a natural gas line to Armenia online.......Armenia uses very little energy, I think the Armenians need leverage to get the Russians to lower their imported NG price:
And Armenia does not use much oil at all:
Anyway I hope "Dinner Jacket Ahmadinejad" wears a new / clean suit jacket on his trip to Armenia!
Maybe this outfit will make people listen to him babble on and on and on!!!
Mr Uskowi I am very disappointed about your site.I have sent a number of posts but they have not been shown.Non of those posts contained any bad language yet you publish posts that call people names and still have not deleted it.
I therefore presume that certain element of the regime supporters have slightly persuaded you towards themselves.This is the problem we have and that's why Iran has remained as it is a fascist theocracy.
Anon 5:46 PM
I don't support Iranian president or leader.
Poor Armenia what have they done to deserve it.
Anon 4:48 PM
If you call that rubber stamp house a parliament then I say the president of Iran is not the shoe shine boy of the leader.
Anon 12:34 PM
I therefore presume that certain element of the regime supporters have slightly persuaded you towards themselves.
Well, that's funny, because I thought Uskowi was biased toward anti-government supporters since several of my posts couldn't get through.
Anons 12:34 PM, and 1:12 AM
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