Pashinyan Holds Informal Meeting with Georgian Counterpart


BOLNISI, Georgia (Armenpress) — Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan and Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze had an informal meeting in Bolnisi, Georgia on January 15. Bakhtadze once again congratulated Pashinyan on being appointed to the post of prime minister of Armenia, and expressed confidence that the future active bilateral cooperation will foster the development and expansion of cooperation in various spheres between the two neighboring friendly countries.

Pashinyan thanked Bakhtadze for the kind words and emphasized the importance of Armenian-Georgian relations in all the spheres.

During the informal meeting the two exchanged views on a number of issues of bilateral agenda.

Pashinyan and Bakhtadze also had a short meeting with the residents of the Armenian-populated Bolnisi village, previously called Bolnis-Khachen.



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