Prime Minister of Georgia Mamuka Bakhtadze has held a meeting with Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan.
According to the Government Administration, during the face-to-face meeting, the sides talked about good neighborhood relations between two countries, emphasizing cooperation between Georgia and Armenia in various spheres.
Nikol Pashinyan congratulated Bakhtadze on appointment to the post and expressed his hope that his official visit to Armenia will promote further development of relations between the two countries.
Mamuka Bakhtadze thanked the Prime Minister of Armenia for his hospitality and focused on important reforms carried out in Georgia.
The head of Georgian Government noted that a number of important steps would be taken for the transformation of the country and the development of economy rapidly. The Prime Minister of Georgia underlined the European and Euro-Atlantic aspirations of the country and noted that European integration is a choice of Georgian nation.
The extended negotiations followed the face-to-face meeting.
The sides discussed the prospects of deepening trade-economic ties between Georgia and Armenia. Also, They discussed issues of cooperation in the tourism and energy spheres.
The Georgian side expressed its readiness to share the experience of successful reforms with friends.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Davit Zalkaliani, Minister of Environment Protection and Agriculture Levan Davitashvili, Vice-Speaker of Parliament Giorgi Volski and Head of Georgian Railway Davit Peradze attended the extended format of the meeting.