Artsakh Signs Agreements with French Province of Drôme

A delegation of high level officials from Artsakh, led by President Bako Sahakian, pose for a photo with regional officials of Drôme at the city hall of the department's capital Valence. May 18, 2015. (Photo: official publication)
A delegation of high level officials from Artsakh, led by President Bako Sahakian, pose for a photo with regional officials of Drôme at the city hall of the department's capital Valence. May 18, 2015. (Photo: official publication)

A delegation of high level officials from Artsakh, led by President Bako Sahakian, pose for a photo with regional officials of Drôme at the city hall of the department’s capital Valence. May 18, 2015. (Photo: official publication)

VALENCE, France—On Sunday, the President of the Artsakh Republic, Bako Sahakian, led an official delegation on a visit to France, where they met with regional officials from the province of Drôme in the department capital of Valence.

The President, accompanied by Foreign Minister Karen Mirzoyan and other high level official, met the Regional Council of Drôme, headed by Chairman of the Council Patrick Labaune

A wide range of issues related to deepening relations between Drôme department and Artsakh were discussed during the talks

Cooperation agreements between the department of Drôme and Artsakh were signed during the meeting.

President Sahakian was also presented the title of Honorary Citizen of Drôme.

Sahakian spoke about the significance of cooperation with Drôme for Artsakh and hailed it for bringing new impetus to bilateral relationship and contributing to their strengthening in the future.

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  1. Edward Demian said:

    For years I have followed Harkely Baron Nahaka’s Bako Sahakians activities, and I am impressed. This man works tirelessly, for his constituents. No event too small, he is everywhere, for every ribbon cutting, on the front line, bedside to our wounded soldiers, on the farm, everywhere. No armchair president. Now, if all Armenian politicians were like him……

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