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Friday, 17 December 2010

The Prime Minister receives newly appointed Latvian ambassador



Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan received today newly appointed ambassador of Latvia to Armenia Gints Apals (seated in Vienna).

Extending congratulations and best wishes for efficient activity, the Prime Minister expressed conviction that the ambassador will help further and strengthen Armenia-Latvia relations during his tenure of office in our country. The head of government made a point of identifying new areas of cooperation between the two countries.

With reference to the path covered by Latvia on the way to euro-integration, the newly appointed ambassador assured of his country’s readiness to assist Armenia by sharing its experience in cooperation with the EU.

The parties next talked about the outlook of economic interaction between Armenia and Latvia. The importance of business forums was emphasized from the perspective of revealing each other’s economic potential and boosting ties between the respective business circles. The meeting agenda comprised discussion of ways of activating cooperation in the fields of construction, tourism and culture

Reference was also made of the two countries’ political and economic developments in the wake of the global financial and economic crisis.

In conclusion, Tigran Sargsyan conveyed greetings to his Latvian counterpart.
 

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