Armenian-Moldovan high-level talks in Yerevan

The Presidents of Armenia and Moldova Serzh Sargsyan and Igor Dodon discussed a wide range of issues as they met in Yerevan today.

The Presidents of the two countries paid special attention to the development of economic cooperation. “We cannot be satisfied with the level of cooperation despite the 33 percent growth of commodity turnover during the first nine months of the current year,” President Sargsyan told reporters following the meeting. He stressed the need to support the business to ensure a steady growth and develop cooperation in high technologies and innovation along with traditional directions of cooperation.

President Sargsyan said “we welcome Moldova’s aspiration to cooperate more closely with integration frameworks.

“During the meeting I reiterated Armenia’s stance on exceptionally peaceful settlement of the Karabakh conflict based on the norms and principles of international law and the UN Charter, which refer, in part, to the non-use of force or the threat of force, territorial integrity and the right of peoples to self-determination,” Armenia’s President said.

Serzh Sargsyan said he emphasized the importance of implementation of the agreements reached at Vienna, St. Petersburg and Geneva summits, which will help prevent escalation of tension and take additional measures to intensify the negotiation process.

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