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Armenia-Brazil interparliamentary group to resume activities

Armenia-Brazil interparliamentary group to resume activities

PanARMENIAN.Net - On October 20, Armenian Ambassador to Brazil Ashot Yeghiazaryan met with the vice president of Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies Rose de Freitas.

The meeting focused on resumption of Armenia-Brazil interparliamentary group’s activities suspended in 2006.

The parties mutually stressed the importance of interparliamentary group’s activities in strengthening of ties between the two countries, also dwelling on international and regional issues.

A federal deputy, former member of Rio de Janeiro City Council Stepan Nercessian also attended the meeting, Armenian Foreign Ministry press service reported.

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