Armenia, Peru aim to expand bilateral cooperation

The Foreign Ministers of Armenia and Panama Edward Nalbandian and Fernando Nunez Fabrega discussed the perspectives of bilateral cooperation.

Minister Nalbandian said that although Armenia and Panama are thousands of kilometers apart, the two countries have similar views on a number of international issues, which provides a good basis for the development of cooperation in different spheres.

The parties stressed the importance of high-level reciprocal visits, formation of a legal framework, conduct of consultations between the Foreign Ministries of the two countries, the need to deepen collaboration within international organizations, accreditation of ambassadors in both countries and further expansion of bilateral relations.

The two Ministers exchanged views on a number of international and regional issues.

The same day Edward Nalbandian had a meeting with the Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee of the National Assembly of Panama Dalia Bernal. The latter briefed the Armenian Foreign Minister on the activities of the Foreign Relations Committee and the steps targeted at the development of relations with other countries.

Dalia Bernal welcomed Minister Nalbandian’s offer to create a Friendship Group with the Armenian Parliament, stressing that it would contribute to the development of interstate relations.

Minister Nalbandian presented the efforts taken by Armenia and the international community towards the settlement of the Karabakh issue.

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