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Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Tigran Sargsyan, Milan Cabrnoch Discuss EU-Armenia Relationship

Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan received a delegation led by Co-Chair of EU-Armenia Parliamentary Cooperation Committee Milan Cabrnoch.

The Head of Government welcomed the Yerevan meeting of the Office of EU-Armenia Parliamentary Cooperation, which kicked off on October 30.

Emphasizing that the deepening of relations with the EU is one of Armenia’s priorities, the Prime Minister said the right formula needs to be identified in order to expand bilateral cooperation

“Given the current geopolitical situation in the region, Armenia is interested in diversifying its foreign relations. According to international experts, the regional risks are sufficiently high and, therefore, security is of paramount importance to us,” Tigran Sargsyan pointed out.

According to the Head of the Government, despite the membership in the Collective Security Treaty, Armenia continues to expand cooperation with NATO. In turn, Milan Cabrnoch stressed the importance of expanding bilateral cooperation and highlighted the need for strengthening the ties.

The Co-Chair of EU-Armenia Parliamentary Commission expressed confidence that the agreement on the facilitation of entry visas will promote closer relationship between Armenia and the EU. The interlocutors touched upon regional and other international issues.

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