Armenia, Greece sign agreement on military cooperation

Armenia, Greece sign agreement on military cooperation

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan is on a state visit to Greece at the invitation of Greek President Karolos Papoulias.

The two leaders had a bilateral meeting, which was continued in an extended format.

The parties discussed development of political dialogue between Armenia and Greece, as well as boosting ties in the trade, economic, cultural and military fields.

After the meeting, documents aimed at strengthening the bilateral relations and cooperation were signed, the RA presidential press service reported.

Specifically, agreements on military cooperation between Armenia and Greece, program on cooperation development in the fields of education, science and culture for 2010-2013, organization of Armenian culture days in Greece in 2012 and organization of Greek culture days in Armenia in 2013 were signed.

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