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Thursday, 25 September 2008

In accordance with a decree signed today by RA Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan, for outstanding contribution to the strengthening and development of Armenian-British relations and for friendly ties maintained with the people of Armenia, chairwoman of the British-Armenian all-party parliamentary group, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland House of Lords Vice-Speaker, Baroness Caroline Cox was awarded RA Prime Minister's commemorative medal. The medal was presented to the Baroness during a meeting held at the Office of Government later today.

In the course of her planned visit to the NKR and Armenia, Baroness Cox was accompanied by a numerous delegation of people interested in Armenia and Artsakh the members of which, in Baroness's words, are supposed to become the best friends of Armenia.

Greeting the guests, Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan conveyed his gratitude to Caroline Cox by noting that she is well-known in both Armenia and Artsakh for her many missions carried out in these parts.

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland House of Lords Vice-Speaker, Baroness Caroline Cox advised the head of the Armenian government that she has arrived in our country to attend jubilee celebrations for a rehabilitation center established in Artsakh over a decade ago owing to her efforts which is now deemed to be among the best ones in the South Caucasian region.

Baroness Cox thanked the Prime Minister for the decoration and his kind remarks. She asked Tigran Sargsyan about the impact that may have on the Karabakh peace process Abkhazia's and South Ossetia's declaration of independence, the current status of the Armenian-Turkish relationship and the approaches of the Armenian authorities following the Turkish President's recent visit to Armenia. The Prime Minister gave the Baroness a detailed account of our country's official standpoint which has already been made public on several occasions.

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