D. Pinto Highlighted The Successiveness Of Armenia In The Process Of

D. PINTO HIGHLIGHTED THE SUCCESSIVENESS OF ARMENIA IN THE PROCESS OF INTEGRATION TO EUROPEAN ESTABLISHMENTS

ARMENPRESS
Nov 10, 2009

YEREVAN, NOVEMBER 10, ARMENPRESS: Armenian deputy foreign minister
Karine Ghazinyan received today secretary general of the International
European Movement Diego Pinto.

Foreign Ministry Media and Information Department told Armenpress that
greeting the guest the deputy minister highly assessed the contribution
of the IEM to spreading of European values and in creation of joint
Europe.

On his part, D. Pinto highlighted the successiveness of Armenia in the
process of integration to European establishments, pointing out the
role of the Armenian European Movement in spreading European values.

The interlocutors exchanged thoughts about the EU’s Eastern Partnership
Program, noting that it has a big potential both for cooperation
among the involved countries and EU, as well as for development of
multi-lateral regional cooperation.

In this pre-context deputy minister pointed out that this program
gives an opportunity to Armenia to get closer to the European family
at the same time pointing out that this new platform of cooperation
must not be used for discussion of conflicts but must be a firm basis
for expansion and consolidation of further cooperation.

During the meeting the sides also referred to the Armenian-Turkish
relations, as well as exchanged thoughts over regional and
international issues.

From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress

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