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Friday, 5 October 2012

Armenian-Czech Forum Due In November

Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan received Czech Republic Charge d'Affaires to Armenia Peter Mikiska.

Welcoming the guest, the Prime Minister said: “I’m glad that the Embassy of a friendly country is starting operations in Yerevan. We will assist you with everything needed during your diplomatic mission in our country. Armenia is interested in the strengthening of ties with the Czech Republic. Bilateral trade is still low, and we need joint effort to diversify our relationship as I can see great potential in this field. I am sure that the November forum will boost the settling of new ties.”

A thankful for reception, Mr. Mikiska assured that he will do everything to promote bilateral political, economic, cultural, educational and scientific relations.

The parties have emphasized the need to tap on the existing potential in the trade sector. In this context, both sides appreciated the holding of an Armenian-Czech business forum this November.

The meeting discussed issues related to the process of European integration of Armenia Tigran Sargsyan stressed the launch of talks on a deep and comprehensive free trade agreement. Peter Mikiska stressed that the Czech Republic is ready to assist Armenia with the ongoing reforms under the Eastern Partnership Program.

Mindful of strengthened humanitarian cooperation, the parties highlighted the continuity of the Czech government’s scholarship program for students from Armenia.

Prime Minister Sargsyan thanked the government of the Czech Republic for its balanced stance toward the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and the condemnation of Ramil Safarov’s extradition.

July 2022