Pashinyan congratulates Putin on Russia Day

Pashinyan congratulates Putin on Russia Day

PanARMENIAN.Net - Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on Wednesday, June 12 sent congratulatory messages to Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin on the occasion of Russia Day.

“This important day in Russia's modern history symbolizes the desire of Russians to open a new political milestone in the history of a country with a rich history, culture and traditions,” Pashinyan said in his letter to Putin.

“I am sure that the centuries-old relations between Armenia and Russia, based on the unshakable principles of equality and respect for the interests of the peoples of both countries, will continue to develop constructively, contributing to the strengthening of bilateral and multilateral cooperation in all areas of mutual interest.”

In his message addressed to Mishustin, Pashinyan expressed confidence that “the mutually beneficial, multilateral cooperation based on the long-standing traditions of mutual respect between the governments of our states, will continue to develop both bilaterally and multilaterally in the trade, economic, scientific, technical, humanitarian and other fields for the benefit of the people of Armenia and Russia.”

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