Russia now controls Armenia’s energy sector, as well as patrolling Armenia’s borders. Is the Armenian government selling out? YEREVAN, Armenia–A World Bank official warned Armenia, in late October, not to transfer more of its energy assets to Unified Energy Systems (UES), Russia’s state-owned power utility. It was a statement that seemed to express the growing […]
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