12.07.2018Nikol Pashinyan, Raimonds Vējonis discuss furtherance of Armenian-Latvian relations
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan met with President of the Republic of Latvia Raimonds Vējonis at NATO Headquarters. The meeting focused on the furtherance of Armenian-Latvian relations. The parties also looked at ways of expanding economic cooperation between the two countries. Prime Minister Pashinyan stressed the need for exchanging experience with Latvia against the background of ongoing reforms in Armenia. “We hope that democratic developments in Armenia will contribute to...
11.07.2018Nikol Pashinyan attends dinner given in honor of heads of delegations of NATO partner countries
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who is in the Kingdom of Belgium on a working visit, went to the Royal Museum of Fine Arts and History in Brussels where he was welcomed by Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel. Charles Michel welcomed the heads of State and government from NATO allies and partner countries, followed by a photo session ceremony. Later today, Prime Minister Pashinyan attended the dinner given in honor of heads of delegations of NATO partner countries.
11.07.2018Nikol Pashinyan, Federica Mogherini meet in Brussels
On a working visit to Brussels, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan met today with Federica Mogherini, Vice-President of the European Commission / EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy. The Prime Minister underscored that the European Union has been a reliable partner ever since Armenia’s independence. Nikol Pashinyan noted that the new Armenian government is pursuing a policy of upward democratic development in a bid to ensure the rule of law, protect human...
11.07.2018Nikol Pashinyan, Emmanuel Macron discuss Armenian-French relations development agenda
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan who is in Brussels met with French Republic President Emmanuel Macron at NATO Headquarters. To begin with, the Prime Minister congratulated Emmanuel Macron on French national football team’s qualification for the World Cup final and wished the French team every success. Nikol Pashinyan emphasized that Armenia highly appreciates the privileged relations with France, which are based on the two peoples’ traditional friendship and mutual respect....
11.07.2018Nikol Pashinyan briefs Carnegie Europe Research Center experts on his vision of Armenia’s development
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan arrived in the Kingdom of Belgium on a working visit. The Premier’s first port of call was the Carnegie Europe Research Center (CERC) where he met with CERC experts, as well as with a number of high-ranking EU officials. The Prime Minister first touched upon the non-violent, peaceful velvet revolution in Armenia and the ongoing reforms, introduced his government’s steps aimed at combating corruption, as well as other priorities, including the...
10.07.2018Prime Minister: “Our task is not to drive people into prison; our task is to enforce the rule of law in Armenia”
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan introduced newly appointed Investigative Committee Chairman Hayk Grigoryan to the IC Board. The Prime Minister noted that the Investigative Committee is the largest investigative body of Armenia, therefore, its influence on the criminal-legal situation, the issue of establishing legitimacy, ensuring the inevitability of punishment in the case of a crime is very high. “We hope that in the new political situation this appointment will open up a new...