Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on Thursday said the agreements reached between Armenia and Georgia, within the framework of the meeting of the Intergovernmental Economic Commission in Yerevan, would give new sense to the relations between the two countries.
Pashinyan highlighted that co-hosting the meeting with his Georgian counterpart Irakli Garibashvili pointed to the significance of the relations between the countries, adding the sides have held three intergovernmental meetings since 2019, which would “further deepen” the relations.
The Armenian official stressed that both sides had fulfilled “all the conditions” set at the previous meetings and said today’s meeting agenda had covered “various fields”, including transport, communications, technology, health and agriculture.
Discussing the security and regional issues with Garibashvili, Pashinyan emphasised that as a result of the existing relations between Georgia and Armenia, there had been a “mutual understanding in such matters”. He noted the implementation of all agreements between the parties would take the existing relations to a “higher level”.