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Tuesday, 17 February 2015

PM Welcomes Newly Appointed U.S. Ambassador to Armenia

Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan received newly appointed U.S. Ambassador to Armenia Richard Mills.

Congratulating the Ambassador on appointment, the Prime Minister expressed confidence that his activities will help further strengthen the U.S-Armenia relations.

The Premier said to be highly appreciative of U.S. Government’s continued assistance aimed at furthering democracy, building civil society, promoting reforms and economic development in our country.

Ambassador Mills assured that he would make every effort to build on the present achievements and expand bilateral cooperation. As the Ambassador stated, mindful of the need to boost and expand interaction, the Government of the United States highly appreciates the current pace of cooperation with Armenia.

The parties went on to discuss a wide range of issues high on the agenda of bilateral cooperation, Highlighting the promotion of economic exchanges, both sides stressed the importance of making joint efforts to push ahead with the reform process, attract new investments, improve the business environment, stimulate exports, as well as implement new projects in the fields of energy and information technology and other priority areas. In this regard, the role of the Armenian-American commission on economic affairs was emphasized on either side.

Coming to the democratic process underway in our country, Hovik Abrahamyan and Richard Mills dwelt on the Armenian Government’s effort to develop civil society in our country. Noting that Armenia boasts quite a high index in terms of democracy and civil society, Ambassador Mills welcomed the steps taken by the authorities in this direction.

In this context, the Prime Minister said his Cabinet is collaborating closely with different groups of civil society and NGOs as it is eager to get them involved in the discussion of priority issues.

Touching on the regional developments, the interlocutors stressed the importance of having the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict settled in the OSCE Minsk Group format.

In conclusion, both sides confirmed their intention to continue with the ongoing cooperation in various issues of mutual interest and work toward the furtherance of bilateral ties.

July 2022