The FINANCIAL — On 1 August 2016, Georgian Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze held a meeting with his Armenian counterpart, Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian who paid an official visit to Georgia.
During the meeting held at the Georgian Foreign Ministry, discussions focused on important issues on the agenda of Georgian-Armenian relations, as well as on the ways to deepen political, trade and economic co-operation between the two countries.
A special note was taken of the growing trend of co-operation in the areas of transport, tourism, energy and culture, according to MFA of Georgia.
The sides reaffirmed their readiness to intensify relations between the foreign ministries of the two countries that will further contribute to the development of cooperation in various areas.
The two Ministers noted with satisfaction an increasing number of high-level visits emphasizing the importance of co-operation within the international organizations.
The Georgian Foreign Minister underlined the importance of completing in time the state border delimitation process.
The two ministers paid special attention to the challenges facing the region and to the developments impacting international security and stability.
At the end of the meeting, Mikheil Janelidze and Edward Nalbandian emphasised the centuries-long traditions of friendship between Georgia and Armenia.
Within the framework of the visit Edward Nalbandian met the President and the Prime Minister of Georgia.