Armenia, Uruguay ink a number of cooperation deals

Armenia, Uruguay ink a number of cooperation deals

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia and Uruguay signed a number of agreements on cooperation in the framework of Armenian leader Serzh Sargsyan’s visit to the country, ARKA reported citing the presidential press office.

In particular, agreements on economic cooperation and visa-free entry for common passport holders were inked.

The two governments signed signed a framework agreement. Another agreement was concluded between Armenia’s ministry of sports and youth affairs and Uruguayan ministry of tourism and sports about cooperation in sports.

The two presidents discussed a wide range of issues on strengthening of inter-state links and development of cooperation. They made a joint statement after their meeting, according to the report.

Sargsyan and Mujika stressed the importance of bilateral visits and regular contacts between the foreign ministries in addressing issues of mutual interest. The leaders said it was important to expand the legislation framework.

Armenia’s president is in Uruguay on July 8-10 as part of his South America tour. Sargsyan was in Argentina on July 6-8 and will pay an official visit to Chile on July 10-12.

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