Georgian Prime Minister, Irakli Garibashvili hosted his Armenian colleague Nikol Pashinyan, discussing partnership dynamics in the political, economic, and cultural spheres.
According to the government’s press office, the duo reviewed the existing regional as well as global security environment and challenges.
As noted by the head of state of Georgia, within the Peaceful Neighborhood initiative, Georgia continues to express its readiness to support the peaceful development of the region.
“The PMs underlined strong historical and cultural ties that bind their nations. With a shared commitment to fostering regional stability and prosperity, Armenia and Georgia aim to engage in High-Level Dialogue on strategic issues, that will provide an additional impetus to our successful cooperation, while contributing to regional peace and stability. The focus was set on trade and economic issues. The Prime Ministers expressed their readiness to advance the economic cooperation between the countries to a new level,” reads the press statement.
The parties emphasized the positive dynamics of cooperation in transport, trade, energy, culture, and other directions. They also accentuated the role of the intergovernmental economic commission of the two countries.