ARMENIAN HOUSE PRESIDENT VISITS CYPRUS
Oct 14 2010
The President of the Armenian National Assembly Hovik Abrahamyan
arrived in Cyprus today for an official visit, aiming at deepening
ties between the Parliaments of the two countries.
On arrival at Larnaca International Airport, Abrahamyan spoke of the
outstanding relations between the two countries in various fields
and said that he “feels like home.”
“With this visit we will do our utmost to improve and expand our
cooperation,” he said, speaking through an interpreter, pointing out
that the President of Armenia will pay an official visit to Cyprus
this coming January.
Welcoming Abrahamyan, House President Marios Garoyian of Armenian
origin, described his Armenian counterpart as “a very good friend of
Cyprus,” who “believes in and promotes the relations between Cyprus
and Armenia as well as the relations between the Armenian and the
“We will have the opportunity to exchange thoughts, views and ideas for
the expansion, strengthening and the greater promotion of relations
between the two Parliaments, as well as to strengthen the broader
effort to boost even further the excellent ties between the two
countries, our peoples and the Parliaments,” he added.
During his visit in Cyprus, Abrahamyan will meet President Demetris
Christofias and hold a meeting with Garoyian. He will also attend
the plenary session of the House of Representatives.
From: A. Papazian