Armenian Prime Minister Meets With Greek Ambassador

YEREVAN (Noyan Tapan)–Friendly relations between Armenia and Greece have a solid historical basis–and no circumstances can affect them–Greek Ambassador to Armenia Panayetis Zografos said during a meeting with Armenian Prime Minister Aram Sargsyan.

The Greek ambassador assured Sargsyan of the Greek authorities’ support and congratulated him on being appointed Armenian prime minister.

Ambassador Zografos noted out the two countries high level of bilateral relations and said that Greece supports Armenia’s membership to the Council of Europe.

As for economic cooperation–the Greek ambassador said that considerable investmen’s have been made in Armenia–but much is still to be done. Addressing the ArmenTel issue–the ambassador gave assurances that the Greek side will fulfill its commitmen’s.

In his turn–Sargsyan expressed thanks for the Greek authorities’ support and congratulations and pointed out that he considers it his duty to maintain bilateral friendly relations. "It is a matter of honor for me to continue Vazgen Sargsyan’s policy," the prime minister said.


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