Armenia, Georgia looking to continue defense cooperation

Armenia, Georgia looking to continue defense cooperation

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia's Minister of Defense Suren Papikyan and Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili met on Wednesday, May 4 to discuss agreements on the development of bilateral cooperation in the defense sphere.

Papikyan spoke about the steps taken by Armenia to establish peace in the region and stressed the role of Georgia in said processes.

The Armenian Defense Minister thanked the Georgian Prime Minister for his efforts to repatriate Armenian prisoners of war held in Azerbaijan, thanks to which 15 Armenian prisoners of war returned to Armenia in June 2021.

On May 4, the delegation led by Suren Papikyan visited the Heroes Square in Tbilisi, laid flowers at the monument and paid tribute.

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