ROME (Armenpress) — Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who went to Italy on an official visit, held high-level talks in Rome with Prime Minister of Italy Giuseppe Conte on November 22.
The meeting of the Prime Ministers of Armenia and Italy took place at the Kigi Palace in Rome, the official residence of the Italian Prime Minister.
Later, the two held a private meeting, during which they discussed the course of the Armenian-Italian relations and prospects for development.
During the wide-ranging talks following the private conversation, the Armenian and Italian prime ministers referred to a wide range of issues of bilateral cooperation. The Italian Prime Minister expressed his country’s support for Armenia’s democratic agenda, underlining that Italy is ready to cooperate closely with Armenia and provide the necessary assistance in the rule of law, justice reforms and democratic institutions.
Expressing gratitude for such readiness and Italy’s already significant participation in the formation of the Anti-Corruption Commission, the Armenian Prime Minister also emphasized the active participation of Italian companies in the economic activity.
The Armenian prime minister expressed satisfaction with Italy’s stance on launching negotiations with the EU on visa liberalization, presenting the improving migration picture in Armenia.