Armenian Prime Minister, President of North Macedonia discuss ways of promoting bilateral economic cooperation
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan today met with President Stevo Pendarovski of North Macedonia on the margins of the Munich Security Conference.
The Prime Minister noted that as a member of the Eurasian Economic Union, Armenia is interested in strengthening relations with European countries, including North Macedonia.
“We believe that Armenia can be attractive for foreign investors wishing to enter the EAEA market. Of course, it will be useful to bring the business communities closer to each other so that they could have a better idea of investment opportunities available in our countries,” Pashinyan said.
Highlighting the fact of over three-decade-long diplomatic relations between Armenia and his country, Stevo Pendarovski noted that economic cooperation has not yet yielded the desired results. The President of North Macedonia said his country prepared to boost economic exchanges and make efforts with their Armenian colleagues in this direction. Taking the opportunity, Stevo Pendarovski asked Prime Minister Pashinyan to introduce his government’s ambitious reform agenda.
The two leaders agreed that they should task their respective governments to take steps with a view to developing multifaceted economic ties between the two countries.