Armenia’s President Georgian Counterpart Meet in Warsaw

WARSAW (Armenpress)–Armenian president Robert Kocharian met with his Georgian counterpart Mikhail Saakashvili on the sidelines of the European Economic Forum in Warsaw–Poland.

Respective domestic political situations and bilateral economic cooperation was reviewed–and emphasis was placed on the upcoming May session of the Armenian-Georgian inter-governmental commission agreed to during Saakashvili’s March visit to Armenia. The two also discussed regional–economic–and other developmen’s.

Kocharian outlined the importance of the meeting with the Georgian president. Emphasizing Armenia’s general economic growth–Saakashvili told reporters–"We are interested in further development of Armenia’s economy," and said he looks forward to more intense communication with Armenia–as well as strong economic cooperation.

"We always spoke of good relations–but they were on an emotional level; now we are interesting in expanding them. Robert Kocharian treats these relations very practically–and we need to take constructive steps to take them to a new level," Saakashvili stressed.

Asked about the Armenian opposition that claims to follow Saakashvili’s example–Kocharian that none of the players–the president of Armenia–the formerly president of Georgia–the Armenian opposition–nor the current president of Georgia–can be compared.


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