Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan receives congratulations from the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Prime Ministers of the Republic of Bulgaria and the Republic of Lithuania, Government’s Press Ofice reports.
The Acting President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Prime Ministers of the Republic of Bulgaria and the Republic of Lithuania sent congratulatory messages to Karen Karapetyan on his appointment as Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia.
The congratulatory message of Acting President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoev’s reads:
“Dear Karen Vilhelmovich,
Please accept my sincere congratulations on your appointment as Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia. I am sure that your activities in this high office will contribute to the further development of the Uzbek-Armenian relations to the benefit of our two countries and peoples.
Taking this opportunity, I wish you good health, prosperity and every success in your responsible activity.”
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov wrote in his message:
On behalf of the Bulgarian Government and myself, I congratulate you on your appointment to the high and responsible office of Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia.
The Republic of Bulgaria highly appreciates the traditional relations of friendship and cooperation with Armenia, and I reaffirm Bulgarian government’s readiness to continue working toward full realization of the full potential of our bilateral relations to the benefit of our two countries and peoples.
I wish you good health and every success in your highly responsible work.
Please accept, Mr. Prime Minister, the assurances of my highest respect.”
The congratulatory message of Prime Minister of Lithuania Algirdas Butkevičius reads, in part:
“Dear Prime Minister,
It is my great pleasure to extend to you my sincere congratulations on your appointment as Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia.
Let me take this opportunity to wish you personally and your Government every success in your future endeavors. I am looking forward to constructive cooperation and further strengthening of friendly relations between our countries. I encourage your Government to further strengthen cooperation with the European Union, including through the Eastern Partnership Program, in pursuing democratization, good governance, and required reforms.
On this occasion, on behalf of the people and the Government of the Republic of Lithuania, please accept our sincere congratulations on the 25th anniversary of Independence of Armenia. I cordially wish the Armenian people every success, prosperity, and wellbeing.
This year is special for both our countries as it marks the 25th anniversary of the diplomatic relations between Lithuania and Armenia. I am pleased to share my delight about the very good relations and close dialogue between our countries. I strongly believe that partnership between Lithuania and Armenia will continue to progress in the most cooperative and friendly spirit in the years to come.”