10, 2015

Working visit of President Serzh Sargsyan to Georgia

President Serzh Sargsyan, who has paid a working visit to Georgia, had a meeting with Georgia’s President Giorgi Margvelashvili. The two heads of state discussed the agenda of high-level Armenian-Georgian relations, outlined new prospects to push them forward, and touched upon the ongoing programs aimed at promoting collaboration in, inter alia, political, economic and humanitarian spheres. Presidents Sargsyan and Margvelashvili attached importance to promoting continued cooperation between Armenia and Georgia within the frames of different integration processes in order to implement mutually beneficial projects both in bilateral and multilateral formats.

The two heads of state also exchanged views on regional issues and challenges, stressing the importance of the region’s stable, peaceful and secure development and the cooperation to that end.

Serzh Sargsyan and Giorgi Margvelashvili summed up the meeting results in their press statements.


President Serzh Sargsyan, who has paid a working visit to Georgia, had a meeting with Georgian Parliament Speaker David Usupashvili in Tbilisi.

The interlocutors warmly recalled the official visit of David Usupashvili’s delegation to Armenia this February and attached importance to the regular high-level meetings held during recent years, which, the RA president and the Georgian parliament speaker agreed, give a breath of fresh air to bilateral relations, thereby giving a chance to discuss the key items on the comprehensive Armenian-Georgian.

The Georgian parliament speaker welcomed and stressed the importance of the RA president’s visit, underscoring that Georgians hold Serzh Sargsyan in high regard and esteem not only as Armenia’s president, but also as a great apologist for the strengthening of friendship between Georgia and Armenia. David Usupashvili expressed the hope that Serzh Sargsyan’s visit will become another step forward aimed at reinforcing the friendship of the two countries.

President Serzh Sargsyan stressed the role of parliamentarians in developing brotherly and good-neighborly relations between Armenian and Georgia that are based on a strong historical foundation, noting that inter-parliamentary ties have long occupied their firm place in the agenda of inter-state relations which is testified by the presence of inter-parliamentary cooperation committees in the two countries’ parliaments.

The interlocutors agreed that the development of Armenia and Georgia, as well as the well-being of the two friendly peoples are greatly conditioned by the close cooperation between Armenia and Georgia and by the strengthening of relations. Serzh Sargsyan and David Usupashvili attached importance to the promotion of collaboration in all spheres, including political, economic, humanitarian etc..

Armenia’s president thanked for the participation of Georgia’s deputy parliament speaker in the events to commemorate the victims of the Armenian Genocide which took place on April 24 this year, on the occasion of the Armenian Genocide Centennial.

At the meeting, the parliament speaker noted that Georgia is carefully following the process of RA constitutional amendments and is aware that while developing the draft of amendments the specialized group also studied Georgia’s practice.

The interlocutors attached importance to taking a balanced, prudent and delicate stance on the sensitive issues and problems that are of crucial importance to each other and to showing respect for mutual interests.

The parties also reflected upon regional problems and challenges. President Serzh Sargsyan attached weight to Georgia’s role in the maintenance of security and stability in the region.


As part of his working visit to Georgia, President Serzh Sargsyan had a meeting   with the country’s Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili in Tbilisi.

Serzh Sargsyan and Irakli Garibashvili expressed satisfaction with the fact that the two countries’ interstate ties which are anchored in traditionally good-neighborly relations and in a historical foundation between the two friendly peoples, including the productive collaboration of the Armenian and Georgian governments, create serious prerequisites to outline new dimensions for the existing partnership.

The interlocutors attached importance to the realization of infrastructural programs of regional importance, including energy programs, which, they agreed, will considerably stimulate the strengthening of economic ties between Armenia and Georgia, and will contribute to trade growth.

Touching upon the two countries’ involvement in integration processes, the RA president and the Georgian prime minister highlighted their complementary nature and the importance of the interconnectedness of infrastructural programs.


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