“We have a historic opportunity to upgrade bilateral relations” – Armenian Prime Minister to President of Georgia
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Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan today met with Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili who has arrived in Armenia on a two-day official visit. Private talks were held between the Prime Minister of Armenia and the President of Georgia.
Greeting Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said:
I am glad to welcome you and your delegation to Armenia. I think we have a historic opportunity to upgrade the relations between our countries. As the Prime Minister of Armenia, I paid my first official visit to Georgia, which testifies to the special attention of our government, my personal attention and awareness of the importance of Armenian-Georgian relations.
I noted that our relations should be based on common strategic interests, and I am glad that I was honored with an adequate response from the government of Georgia. Now the time has come to materialize our mutual understanding. Once again, you are welcome to Armenia.”
Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili noted:
“Thank you, Mr. Prime Minister.
I am glad to be in the neighboring friendly Armenia on an official visit. I am also convinced that a new stage will be ushered in our close relations, and we will be able to develop them ahead. We have a lot in common: geography, history, but besides history and geography, we are also united by a common vision of the future. I think that we will be able to tap our capabilities, especially those related to the European Union. Together, we can do a lot, and we have a lot of joint work. Thank you again.”
After their private talks, Nikol Pashinyan and Salome Zurabishvili continued the discussion in an extended format during a working lunch.
The Prime Minister of Armenia and the President of Georgia praised the current level of relations between the two friendly countries, stressing the need for the furtherance of cooperation. In a bid to deepen Armenian-Georgian relations in different directions, the parties looked at ways of expanding trade and economic ties. The process and prospects for building multifaceted ties were discussed during the meeting.