Armenian Premier meets with India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New York
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Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan met with India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the margins of his working visit to New York.
Greeting his Indian counterpart, Prime Minister Pashinyan said the two countries and nations boast deeply-rooted ties which contain great potential for developing bilateral relations. The head of the Armenian government assured of our country’s willingness to build strong bonds of partnership with India, noting that Armenia is prepared to make consistent efforts to tap the existing opportunities.
The Indian Premier said he was pleased with his first meeting with the Armenian counterpart, which provided a good opportunity to discuss issues related to Armenian-Indian relations. Modi stressed that the strong ties of friendship between Armenia and India go far back in history, and India is keen to develop bilateral partnership.
Pashinyan and Modi discussed the prospects of economic, political, cultural and humanitarian exchanges between Armenia and India. They specifically focused on the possibility of cooperating in the film industry. In the context of expanding commercial ties, the interlocutors stressed the importance of promoting direct contacts between the respective business circles and organizing mutual visits. The two heads of government agreed to support the exchange of business groups in a bid to forge close economic partnerships.
Taking the opportunity, the Prime Ministers exchanged views on the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and the Kashmir province issue.