LUXEMBOURG CITY, Luxembourg (Armenpress) — Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan and Prime Minister of Luxembourg Xavier Bettel on May 13 discussed a broad scope of cooperation, including issues of organization of business forums and cooperation in education, Pashinyan’s spokesperson Vladimir Karapetyan told reporters.
“The visit had an important goal, that is to develop political dialogue, emphasize our attitude towards Luxembourg, also discuss bilateral economic relations. I can say that the overall atmosphere of the meeting was very positive. There is mutual understanding between the two Prime Ministers,” Karapetyan said.
There are already a number of agreements. “The Prime Minister of Luxembourg is also responsible for the sphere of technologies and he gladly responded to the invitation of our Prime Minister to participate in the World Congress on Information Technology that will take place in October. We expect Luxembourg to participate with an adequate delegation”, Karapetyan said.
It was mentioned that Armenia thanks Luxembourg for its assistance to the country in a number of areas, particularly in the political direction.
Pashinyan visited the Chamber of Deputies where he spoke with Chamber President Fernand Etgen.
Pashinyan first signed the Golden Book of the Chamber of Deputies, after which he met with Chamber members, including Luxembourg Parliament Deputy Speakers Claude Wiesler and Henry Cox, as well as Chairman of Standing Committee on Foreign and European Cooperation, Immigration and Refugee Affairs Marc Angel.