David Zalkaliani has met the Foreign Minister of the Republic of Armenia

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Thursday, 05 March 2020 10:16

Within the framework of the Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s  visit to Georgia, Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani held a bilateral meeting with his Armenian counterpart, Foreign Minister Zohrab Mnatsakanyan.
 
Discussions focused on a broad spectrum of issues on the agenda of Georgia-Armenia relations, including in the political, trade and economic areas and people-to-people contacts.   The two ministers positively appraised the Armenian Prime Minister’s official visit to Georgia to outline various plans for the development of bilateral partnership.
 
Paying special attention to co-operation between Georgia and Armenia in multilateral formats, the sides agreed to work closely to develop people-to-people contacts and signed a memorandum of cooperation in this area.
 
Discussions also focused on efforts to prevent the outbreak of coronavirus.
 
The Ministers expressed their satisfaction at the increasing dynamics of exchanging visits and agreed to further maintain close contacts.

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