On the occasion of the National Holiday of the Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Birthday of Queen Elizabeth II – President Serzh Sargsyan sent a congratulatory message to Queen Elizabeth II and Prime Minister David Cameron.
On the occasion of the Holiday, the President of Armenia congratulated and sent good wishes to the Queen, Royal Family, and the friendly people of the United Kingdom. “Armenia attaches great importance to the relations with the United Kingdom. A continuous political dialogue has been formed, joint works have been carried out in the areas of trade and encouragement of investments, contacts in the area of culture and education have developed, and efficient cooperation has been going on in the framework of different programs aimed at the implementation of reforms in Armenia. I am hopeful that we will be able to augment all this with new accomplishments. I thank you and the Royal Family for the contribution to the development of cooperation between Armenia and the United Kingdom. I am confident that Your Majesty will continue to keep the development of our relations in the focus of Your Majesty’s attention with the same consistency,” reads the congratulatory message of the President of Armenia to Queen Elizabeth II.
In the congratulatory message addressed to Prime Minister David Cameron, Serzh Sargsyan expressed confidence that the Armenian-British relations, which are based on mutual interests and friendly ties, through joint efforts will continue to deepen for the benefit of the two nations.
On the occasion of the Great Britain’s National Holiday, President Serzh Sargsyan visited today the residence of the UK Ambassador to Armenia. He congratulated Ambassador Judith Farnworth and the entire staff of the Embassy and wished the friendly people of the Great Britain well being and prosperity. The President expressed confidence that this Holiday has a special meaning for the citizens of the UK because in the person of Her Majesty the people of Great Britain see not only the longest reigning monarch in the history of their country, but a wise and caring leader, whose activities for decades have been promoting the reputation of the United Kingdom.