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Monday, 15 July 2019

Tigran Avinyan Meets with Irish Minister for Children and Youth Affairs

Deputy Prime Minister Tigran Avinyan, who is in New York to attend the UN High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development, on July 15 met with Irish Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Katherine Zappone.

The parties stated that there is a huge potential for the furtherance of relations between the two countries and expressed readiness to promote interactions. They explored ways of expanding bilateral cooperation at international platforms, including the UN, as well as promoting parliamentary diplomacy, forming an economic agenda, and so on.

Tigran Avinyan highlighted the prospects of establishing IT-targeted partnership with Ireland, which could be facilitated by the 23rd World IT Congress, due this fall in Yerevan. The Deputy Premier introduced the activities of TUMO Center for Creative Technologies, which has become Armenia’s unique brand in the world as it promotes the cultural and educational development of children and young people.

Katherine Zappone noted that given their significant achievements in mobilizing the Irish Diaspora’s huge potential, Ireland is prepared to share experience and knowledge with Armenian partners.

The interlocutors went on to discuss the ongoing EU-Armenia cooperation. In this context, the Armenian Deputy PM highlighted the development of human capital and the importance of the projected talks over visa liberalization.
 

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