Armenia, EU committed to deepening bilateral cooperation

Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan received today the newly appointed Head of EU Delegation to Armenia, Ambassador Piotr Świtalski.

The Prime Minister stressed that the Armenia-EU relations are based on common values and reiterated Armenia’s commitment to continue to develop the cooperation with the European Union.

Hovik Abrahamyan praised the joint work with the EU Delegation in Armenia and noted that there is a great potential for deepening comprehensive bilateral cooperation and reach greater achievements.

The newly appointed Head of EU Delegation to Armenia pledged to do his best for the deepening of Armenia-EU ties and bringing them to a higher level. He agreed that a common value system lies in the basis of Armenia-EU cooperation and noted that the EU is interested in the further deepening of relations with Armenia.

The interlocutors exchanged views on the perspectives of expansion of bilateral cooperation and the future plans. They appreciated the visit of the President of the European Council Donald Tusk to Armenia this summer and attached importance to high-level contacts, which provide an opportunity to set new directions of cooperation.

The Prime Minister expressed gratitude for the continuous financial assistance and consulting, stressing that the Armenian government actively cooperates with different EU agencies and is consistent in meeting all its commitments.

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