10 Sep 2018 - 15:30
Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze met with his Armenian counterpart Nokol Pashinyan in Yerevan today, where Bakhtadze and Pashinyan spoke about the enhancement of trade-economic relations and further deepening of friendly ties.
Georgian-Armenian trade turnover should increase to one billion USD,” the prime ministers stated at a joint press conference.
Bakhtadze spoke about Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic intentions and said that the European development is the choice of the Georgian people.
PM Bakhtadze also briefed Pashinyan about successful reforms for the state transformation and fast economic advancement and stated that his country is ready to share its reform experience with friends, “ Prime Minister’s press office reported.
Pashinyan congratulated Bakhtadze on his new role as prime minister and hoped that his appointment in the position will further enhance Georgian-Armenian relations.