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PM receives heads of diplomatic missions accredited in Georgia


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Today, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan received the Georgia-accredited Ambassadors of Austria, China, Japan,  Estonia, Iran, Poland,  Sweden, France, Netherlands, the Envoy of the Holy See and the representatives of the Swiss Embassy.

Welcoming the heads of diplomatic missions to Yerevan, the Prime Minister noted that the Armenian government is keen to continuously develop cooperation with their States, the Holy See. Nikol Pashinyan expressed the hope that their stay in our country would allow them to see first-hand the developments underway in our country in the wake of the non-violent velvet revolution.

The head of the Armenian government emphasized that his government’s steps are aimed at developing and strengthening democracy, protecting human rights, ensuring everyone’s equality before the law, building a vibrant civil society, and improving the system of governance.

Noting that within a short period of time, the government has achieved tangible results in the fight against corruption and monopolies, business environment improvement efforts, Nikol Pashinyan advised that the Tax Code is currently being amended that will lead to new investment programs and effective business activities.

In conclusion, the Prime Minister answered the Ambassadors’ questions which bore on the scheduled parliamentary elections in our country, Armenia-Georgia, EU-Armenia relations, the implementation of the Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement and its priorities, regional energy infrastructure projects, tourism and other issues of topical interest.

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