ARMENIAN AND IRISH FMS DISCUSSED SOLUTION OF NORTH IRISH AND KARABAKH PROBLEMS
01.03.2007 18:12 GMT+04:00
/PanARMENIAN.Net/ During his working visit to Ireland Armenian Foreign
Minister Vartan Oskanian met with his Irish counterpart Dermot Ahern,
the RA MFA Press Office reports. At the meeting D. Ahern said that
Armenian FM’s first visit to Ireland gave a possibility to discuss
perspectives of bilateral cooperation. The two sides presented
priorities of foreign policy both countries and their stances
concerning various international problems.
Possibilities of bilateral cooperation were discussed at the meeting,
particularly in the framework of the European Neighborhood Policy. The
FMs stressed that Armenia-EU Action Plan gives an excellent chance
both for multilateral and bilateral cooperation.
Vartan Oskanian and Dermot Ahern also discussed such issues as conflict
settlements. The Irish FM presented the process of the North Irish
problem settlement, underlining the latest developments in the
process. In his part V. Oskanian presented results of the latest
stage of talks of the Nagorno Karabakh conflict settlement.
Earlier on February 27 in London Vartan Oskanian had a meeting with
Brian Fall, United Kingdom’s Special Representative in the South
Caucasus. At the meeting the sides discussed regional issues and
the current situation around Nagorno Karabakh problem. Alongside the
Armenian FM will visit Cambridge University, where he will deliver
a lecture on Armenia’s domestic and foreign policy.