Armenian, Georgian PMs stress relations in informal meeting

Armenian, Georgian PMs stress relations in informal meeting

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian and Georgian Prime Ministers Nikol Pashinyan and Mamuka Bakhtadze had an informal meeting in Yenokavan community of Armenia's Tavush province on Sunday, March 24.

Reflecting on various issues of Armenian-Georgian relations, the parties weighed in on other topics of mutual interest.

Stressing the importance of relations between the two countries, Pashinyan and Bakhtadze expressed confidence that stronger cooperation will promote multifaceted exchanges between the two neighboring states in a number of areas. In this context, the parties emphasized the importance of frequent informal meetings.

The two held their last informal meeting on January 15 in Bolnisi, Georgia.

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