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Friday, 27 January 2012

Tigran Sargsyan Welcomes Eric Rubin

Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan received U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Eric Rubin who is paying a regional visit to South Caucasus.

“Our collaboration with your predecessor was quite successful: we enjoyed a frank and friendly dialogue. I am convinced that we will be bound by friendly relationship in future as well,” the Prime Minister noted.

The parties discussed a broad range of issues relating to U.S-Armenia relations.

Thanking Tigran Sargsyan for reception, Mr. Rubin noted: “I wish to compliment you both as Head of Central Bank and Prime Minister for successful management of Armenia’s economy.”

The United States was said ready to continue cooperating with Armenia toward implementing the second stage of the MCC compact. “As the first stage proved quite successful, we should do everything to provide for continued activities under the program,” Mr. Rubin said.

Coming down to regional issues, Mr. Rubin said that the U.S. will make both public and private efforts to urge Turkey to settle bilateral relations with Armenia, including the opening of common border for motor-borne and railroad communications.

The parties went on to discuss economy, anti-corruption action, education, information technologies and other priority areas of cooperation. In this context, they looked at the possibility of exploring Armenia’s shale reserves.

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