Armenia, Poland's Lyubava could team up for arms industry projects

Armenia, Poland's Lyubava could team up for arms industry projects

PanARMENIAN.Net - Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on Tuesday, February 5 met Polish ambassador to Armenia Pawel Cieplak and representatives of Lyubava military-industrial enterprise.

Welcoming the guests, Pashinyan stressed the importance of development of Armenian-Polish relations and noted that the government is ready to discuss steps in this direction.

Ambassador Cieplak, in turn, stressed the importance of deepening bilateral relations with Armenia and confirmed the invitation addressed to the Prime Minister to visit Poland.

The sides also discussed issues of cooperation in various areas, including the arms industry. In this context, the importance of stepping up the activities of the Armenian-Polish Intergovernmental Commission on Economic Cooperation was stressed on both sides.

 Top stories
Democratic Senator Bob Menendez and Republican Senator Ted Cruz tried to force a Senate vote on the resolution.
Ireland has ratified the Agreement signed between the European Union and Armenia in late 2017.
Ohanian and Tankian accepted Pashinyan’s challenge to donate money to Hayastan All-Armenian Fund every month.
Archaeologists have discovered the grave of an injured woman who died during the Iron Age.
Partner news