YEREVAN — Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on October 8 received US Ambassador to Armenia Richard Mills who is completing his diplomatic mission.
Pashinyan thanked Mills for his tenure-long efforts and significant contribution to the strengthening of Armenian-American cooperation.
“Our bilateral relations have been developing and deepening in many spheres during your tenure. I want to thank you for your balanced position during the velvet revolution. The United States is an important partner for Armenia, and I am confident that the Armenian-American friendly relations will continue to expand in the years ahead,” Pashinyan said.
Mills, in turn, thanked Prime Minister Pashinyan for constructive cooperation, noting that he will remain a friend of Armenia and would be pleased to keep in touch with our country and people.
“My term as the Ambassador of the United States is nearing completion, and I am proud to state continuously developing ties between our two countries, from business to governance and civil society. I am confident that these ties will be further strengthened in the coming years. Now, as the government and the people of Armenia are navigating this crucial period of Armenian history, I wish all the best to you, Mr. Prime Minister,” Richard Mills said.
The parties exchanged views on the US-Armenia cooperation agenda, the ongoing programs and development prospects. Reference was also made to Armenia’s inner political developments in the recent period.