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Friday, 13 December 2019

Vladimir Karapetyan: “Armenian-Russian cooperation ushers in new quality relations”


On December 13, Spokesperson for the Armenian Prime Minister Vladimir Karapetyan attended a Lazarian Club-hosted conference, entitled “Russian and Armenian Media: Sincere Dialogue.”

Welcoming the participants of the conference, Vladimir Karapetyan said: “Given the fact that this event is aimed at strengthening the Armenian-Russian relations, I would like to first of all dwell on the new high-level relations established between our two states. Anchored on a strategic framework of friendship, the Armenian-Russian partnership has recently seen new quality relations.

A broad and effective framework for interaction has been established after the Velvet Revolution, reflected in the EAEU, the CSTO and in bilateral cooperation. The leaders of Armenia and Russia met 6 times in the past one and a half years; the Armenian Premier he held 4 meetings with Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.

The intensity of top-level contacts testifies to the progress recorded in Armenian-Russian relations over the past year and a half. The natural continuation of all this was that the leaders of Armenia and Russia reached agreement in Yerevan on reciprocated official visits.”

Coming to freedom of press in Armenia, Vladimir Karapetyan noted that our country has improved its position in the rankings published by reputable international organizations. “I specifically mean the Reporters without Borders organization, according to which Armenia improved its position by 19 points ranking 61st in 2018. Besides, Armenia ranks 8th in the world in terms of online freedom, improving its position in the Freedom on the Net 2019 report by Freedom House human rights organization,” Vladimir Karapetyan said.

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