PM Pashinyan meets with Bulgarian Premier Boïko Borissov and President of Latvia Egils Levits
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Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan continues to hold bilateral meetings with Heads of State and Government on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference. Earlier today the Prime Minister met with Bulgarian Premier Boïko Borissov, followed by his interview with President of Latvia Egils Levits.
Nikol Pashinyan and Boïko Borissov reviewed various issues related to Armenian-Bulgarian economic cooperation. They looked at ways of cooperating in the fields of tourism, information technology, infrastructure, transport, energy and exchanged views over the possibility of implementing regional programs. The parties agreed to instruct the heads of relevant government departments to discuss the cooperation prospects and submit recommendations to that effect.
Boïko Borissov invited Prime Minister Pashinyan to pay an official visit to Bulgaria, which was accepted with pleasure. The two heads of government expressed conviction that reciprocated high-level visits may give fresh impetus to bilateral relations in all areas.
The Armenian Prime Minister and the President of Latvia addressed issues related to the promotion of bilateral cooperation and spoke about the development of EU-Armenia partnership. Nikol Pashinyan and Egils Levits took the opportunity to discuss Armenia’s democratic reform agenda and explore some possibilities for cooperation in this field.