Congratulatory telegrams

RA Prime Minister keeps on receiving birthday greetings


CSTO Secretary-General Stanislav Zas and CIS Inter-Parliamentary Assembly Council Secretary-General Dmitry Kobitsky congratulated Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on his birthday.

“Dear Nikol Vovayevich,

Please accept my warmest congratulations and best wishes for your birthday!

In the high office of Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia, you have been using all your strength and energy to serve your people, implement deep and systemic reforms in various areas of public life, further develop and strengthen the independent and democratic Armenia, make a valuable contribution to regional and international security and stability.

We greatly appreciate your continued support of steps aimed at improving the effectiveness of our Organization. I am convinced that through joint efforts we will be able to tap its potential for successful completion of the tasks set by member states.

Dear Nikol Vovayevich, we wish you robust health and ever new achievements in the exercise of your public duties,” the CSTO Secretary-General’s message says.

The message sent by the CIS Inter-Parliamentary Assembly Council Secretary-General runs as follows:

“Dear Nikol Vovayevich!

Please accept my most cordial birthday greetings conveyed on behalf of the Council of the Inter-Parliamentary Assembly of CIS-Member States.

Your career was marked by victories and accomplishments. You are known as a true patriot of your homeland, a talented and experienced leader. These qualities have earned you well-deserved respect and helped you achieve significant success.

Thanks to you, the Republic of Armenia enjoys great authority among the CIS-member countries and worldwide on its way to economic and social development.

I am confident that you will continue to be a progressive politician and a true leader whose human qualities deserve highest appreciation.

Dear Nikol Vovayevich, I wish you good health, much happiness and every success in your noble endeavors for the sake of peace and prosperity in Armenia and for the welfare of its citizens.”

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