Greek FM Dendias Concludes Meetings With Armenian Leadership in Yerevan

October 16, 2020

YEREVAN, Armenia — Dendias concluded his visit to Yerevan following meetings with Armenian President Armen Sarkissian and Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who received him on Friday, and his FM counterpart Zohrab Mnatsakanyan.

They discussed regional developments and increasing collaboration between the two countries, according to tweets posted by the Greek minister.

Dendias' meeting with Mnatsakanyan was followed by expanded talks between delegations, which focused on collaboration, regional developments and EU-Armenia relations.

In a statement following their meeting, Armenian PM Pashinyan said, "Our peoples are bound by deep-rooted ties of friendship and shared values. Armenia prioritizes the continuous strengthening and development of relations with Greece, which is especially important in today’s complicated regional and geopolitical situation. I wish to thank Greece, the Greek people for supporting Armenia and the Armenian people."


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