Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry studies the so-called issue of the gas-weapons treaty between Russia and Armenia, head of the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry ` s press and informational department, Tair Tahizade told Trend.
In case if the information will be confirmed Azerbaijani foreign ministry will conduct relevant negations on that matter with the Russian side, he said.
Admittedly, Russian newspaper Commersant has recently published information mentioning that Moscow has offered bonuses to Armenia after the gas prices grew up. In other words, in return to the increase of the gas price by Gazprom to Armenia from $56 to $110 per sq. meter, Yerevan will receive a bonus on the purchase of Russian weapons.