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Monday, 7 July 2008

RA Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan received Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic Karel Schwarzenberg. Underscoring the need for developing multifaceted bilateral relationship with the Czech Republic, the RA Prime Minister noted that Armenia follows closely the reforms carried out in this country as they may be instructive to us. Tigran Sargsyan advised that our country expected the Czech Republic to assist Armenia in a number of areas relevant to euro-integration. In this respect, the following areas were singled out by the head of the Armenian government: capacity building for public servants, transfer of reform know-how and expertise, organization of euro-integration-related courses for public servants from Armenia.

Tigran Sargsyan and Karel Schwarzenberg pointed out the necessity of expanding economic cooperation. The RA Prime Minister especially stressed the importance of stimulating private investment by organizing business forums and activating contacts between the two countries' business circles. During the meeting, the head of government imparted Armenia's interest in developing the cooperation with the Czech Republic in the defense sector as well.

Both sides have emphasized the need for closer interaction in the frameworks of international organizations.

January 2021