Armenia, Israel discuss visa-free travel possibilities

Armenia, Israel discuss visa-free travel possibilities

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian foreign minister Edward Nalbandian and an Israeli parliamentary delegation on Wednesday, September 13 diccussed the possibility of abolishing visas between the two countries.

Meeting in Yerevan, the sides hailed the active dialogue at the parliamentary level and expressed readiness to deepen relations.

The Israeli delegation led by deputy Knesset speaker Tali Ploskov said that their three-day official visit to Armenia is a great opportunity for revising and bettering ties between the two countries.

Also, the parties discussed the need to broaden business relations, a number of regional issues, as well as the possible liberalization of visas.

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