Armenian Georgian Bilateral Relations Discussed at Meeting

YEREVAN (Noyan Tapan)–First Deputy Foreign Minister of Armenia Vartan Oskanian met with his Georgian counterpart Mikhail Ouklebu Tuesday–as the two leaders discussed preparations for Georgian president Eduard Shevardnadze’s upcoming visit to Armenia–which is scheduled to take place in early May as well as prospects and possibilities of bilateral cooperation within the guidelines of the Council of Europe and other European structures.

Oskanian and Ouklebu also stressed the need for bilateral relations to be systematic–and outlined the need to further those prospects.

The two leaders also addressed problems of regional cooperation–particularly emphasizing the importance of integrating the Transcaucasian States into European structures.


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