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Saturday, 28 November 2009

Republic of Armenia Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan received a delegation led by Republic of Poland National Defense Minister Bogdan Klich.

Greeting the delegation, the Prime Minister said to be hopeful that “the visit will help strengthen bilateral relations, especially in the strategic field of military cooperation.” Tigran Sargsyan expressed his appreciation of the Polish Seim’s passing a resolution on Armenian Genocide recognition.

Bogdan Klich conveyed warm greetings on behalf of Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusc who is scheduled to visit Armenia shortly.

Getting down regional problems, the head of the Armenian government outlined the Karabakh peace process and the latest developments in Armenia-Turkey relationship. The Polish Defense Minister said his country is a partisan of peaceful settlement of disputes in South Caucasus: “We highly value the process of signing the protocols.”

The parties also spoke about the Partnership for Peace program as implemented in NATO frameworks. The Republic of Poland was said assuming EU chairmanship next year and concerned with the implementation of the Poland-Sweden-initiated Eastern Partnership Program.

Summing up the meeting, Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan extended warm greetings to his Polish counterpart and expressed hope that Mr. Tusc’s upcoming visit will give a boost to economic ties: “Poland may well be represented on a higher level in our region, and we are interested in it.”

April 2020