Armenian Foreign Minister Visits Israeli President

Armenia's Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian (left) with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin


JERUSALEM—On a working visit to Israel on Thursday, Armenia’s Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian met with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin.

President Rivlin welcomed the Armenian Foreign Minister’s visit to Israel, and voiced hope that it would contribute to the reinforcement of bilateral relations.

Nalbandian noted that the Armenian and Jewish peoples are linked by millennia-long traditions of friendship, which creates a good basis for the further reinforcement of inter-state relations.

Rivlin and Nalbandian attached importance to the intensification of political dialogue, which, they said, will create opportunities for embracing new spheres of cooperation.

The two officials also stressed what they called the joint responsibility of the Armenian and Jewish peoples to prevent crimes against humanity.

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  1. Hannibal said:

    dzerk kashek ed azgits! herik e! Yev menk tev nrank lav giten vore yeghav mer tseghaspanutian patchare yev ovker ein aid yeritasard turkere!

  2. Norin said:

    Meanwhile, the Israeli foreign minister Avigdor Libergyotman is condemning the fairy tale “Kojaly massacre” in Baku. .

  3. PAUL BARDIZBANIAN said:

    POSING FOR PICTURES? TOO BAD WE HAVE TO DEAL WITH JEWISH STATE THAT DENIES THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE BY TURKEY.

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