President Sargsyan Invites His Slovak Counterpart To Armenia

18.03.2010 18:23

President Serzh Sargsyan today received the Foreign Minister of
Slovakia, Miroslav Lajcak, and his delegation.

Greeting the guests, President Sargsyan hailed the high level of
bilateral relations and noted that Armenia is interested in the
deepening of cooperation with Slovakia. Serzh Sargsyan said the two
countries have no problems and this provides for a good basis for
developing cooperation.

President Sargsyan expressed gratitude for the adoption of a resolution
condemning the Armenian Genocide by the Parliament of Slovakia.

President Sargsyan voiced hope that the Foreign Minister’s visit
would also contribute to the reinforcement of relations. The Armenian
President invited his Slovak counterpart to Armenia.

Miroslav Lajcak noted, in turn, that much has been done on the
political level, but there is still a great potential, especially
in the fields of trade and economy. He voiced hope that the
Armenian-Slovakian business forum would create new opportunities for
the expansion of business ties between the two countries.

The Armenian President and the Slovak Foreign Minister exchanged views
on Armenia-EU cooperation and the steps to be taken in that direction.

The interlocutors agreed that the Eastern Partnership Program opens
new perspectives for the deepening of the Armenian-Slovakian relations
in bilateral and multilateral formats.

Upon the request of the Foreign Minister of Slovakia, Serzh Sargsyan
presented the latest developments in the negotiations on the Karabakh
conflict settlement, and the stance of official Yerevan. President
Sargsyan welcomed Slovakia’s balanced position on issues of our region.
From: Baghdasarian

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