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Dehli to keep Armenian-Indian relations in the spotlight

PanARMENIAN.Net - Upon ending his diplomatic mission, Armenian Ambassador to India Ashot Kocharyan met with senior Indian officials, including Vice President Hamid Ansari, chief Minister Delhi Sheila, State Minister of External Affairs Makharan Prinit Kauri and Deputy Foreign Minister, Head of Armenian-Indian Intergovernmental Committee Neelakantan Ravi.

During the meetings, Ashot Kocharyan said that various Armenian-Indian programs had been implemented in spheres of agriculture, chemical production, education and high technologies, and good circulation volumes had increased several times. Stressing Armenian community's role in development and strengthening of Armenian-Indian relations, Armenian diplomat highly appreciated Indian authorities' considerate attitude to Indian-Armenians and Armenian historical-cultural monuments situated on country's territory.

Indian side stressed Ashot Kocharyan's investment in the development of bilateral ties. Official Dehli will keep Armenian-Indian relations in the spotlight, RA MFA press service reports.
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