Nikol Pashinyan meets with Prime Minister of Norway and Deputy Prime Minister of Lebanon
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On the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan met with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg.
Prime Minister Pashinyan noted that this was their first meeting, and expressed hope that the contacts between the two governments’ representatives would be continued, which in turn might contribute to the furtherance of relations between Armenia and Norway. Nikol Pashinyan said Armenia keen to cooperate with Norway in different fields of activity, including the development of trade and economic ties.
Stressing the importance of having close relations with Armenia, Erna Solberg asked her Armenian counterpart about the reforms underway in our country. Nikol Pashinyan dwelt on his government’s extensive reform agenda and the efforts made to that end. The importance of establishing diplomatic missions was emphasized on both sides.
Prime Minister Pashinyan held a brief meeting with Lebanese Deputy Prime Minister Zeyna Akar. Several issues related to Armenian-Lebanese relations were discussed during the meeting.