By Vasily Deyev
MOSCOW, (Itar-Tass) - Armenian President Robert Kocharian arrived in Moscow on Thursday to take part in the CIS jubilee summit on Friday which will sum up the results of its activity over the past decade and discuss future tasks.
The leaders of twelve former Soviet states will also discuss the organization and implementation of joint anti-terrorist measures on the territory of the Commonwealth of Independent States.
A meeting between Kocharian and Putin within the summit's framework is possible. It will continue the dialogue between the leaders of the two countries, started in Yerevan in September, during Putin's official visit to Armenia.
The settlement of the Karabakh conflict, cooperation within the framework of the Collective Security Treaty and interaction between Russia and Armenia in confronting international terrorism are expected to be the main subjects of Kocharian's talks in Moscow.
In the course of the summit, a meeting is due to take place between the leaders of the so-called Caucasian Four which comprises Russia, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia.