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Thursday, 22 February 2018

PM Receives Foreign Minister of Madagascar


Today, Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan received Henry Rabary-Njaka, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Madagascar.

The Prime Minister noted with satisfaction that the two countries have been engaged in active political dialogue at various international platforms, especially within the International Organization of La Francophonie, stressing that efforts should be exerted to have the same positive trend in the trade-economic sphere. In this context, Karen Karapetyan attached importance to Madagascar’s business circles’ participation in the business, which will be held on the margins of the upcoming Francophonie Summit to be held in Yerevan on October 11-12.

The Premier pointed out that an investment-conducive economic environment has been shaped in our country, and there are good opportunities not only for doing business in Armenia, but also for entering third-country markets.

Thankful for a warm reception, the Madagascar Foreign Minister said he was impressed by this visit to the first Christian country. He advised that Madagascar welcomed and had supported Armenia’s hosting the Francophonie Summit. Henry Rabary-Njaka noted that during the anticipated trip to Armenia, scheduled for this October, the President of Madagascar will explore the possibilities for developing bilateral economic ties with our country. The Minister suggested looking upon his country as a platform for entering the African market.

Welcoming Madagascar government delegation’s first visit to Armenia, Karen Karapetyan expressed willingness to take active steps toward developing cooperation between the two countries.
 

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