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Wednesday, 20 June 2007

RA Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan received Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of India to the Republic of Armenia Rina Pandei.

First, the Ambassador congratulated the Prime Minister on his appointment and handed down Indian Prime Minister Manhoman Singh's congratulatory message, which reads as follows, in particular: "Coming from the remote past and continued at present, Armenian-Indian ties bear the seal of warmth and sincerity. It is my pleasure that the past decade marked an all-level strengthening of our bilateral relationship. I am happy to have the honor of working with Your Excellency for the sake of the friendship and prosperity of our two peoples."

Stating that India is interested in building up closer ties of cooperation with Armenia, Ambassador Pandei described the steps taken to that effect. She singled out the Armenian-Indian intergovernmental commission's Delhi session held early this year, which featured discussion of the ways and modalities for interaction in a number of areas of mutual interest, such as health care, agriculture, information technologies, jewelry, culture etc. Rina Pandei noted with satisfaction that the session had agreed upon the opening of an IT Center in Armenia. She advised that a delegation was due to arrive from India in order to study the opportunities for interaction on the spot.

During the meeting, it was mentioned on either side that in spite of the constantly developing Armenian-Indian relationship and increased trade turnover, still much of the existing potential went unused.

Ambassador Pandei said to be highly appreciative of the level of bilateral collaboration in the framework of international organizations.

Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan thanked the Indian Government for the support provided to our country over the past few years, especially in the field of agriculture, and expressed readiness to continue working towards the development and strengthening of the cooperation between our two countries.

November 2020