03, 2010

President Serzh Sargsyan received the Prime Minister of Poland Donald Tusk

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Today, President Serzh Sargsyan received the Prime Minister of Poland Donald Tusk and his delegation who is Armenia on a working visit.

Welcoming the high guest, the President of Armenia noted that the Armenian-Polish relations have great potential and Armenia wants to use it fully, deepening relations in the political, economic, cultural, and other areas. According to Serzh Sargsyan “there are two fundamental pillars our relations rest on: excellent relations between our two peoples and the EU Eastern Partnership program, Poland being one of its architects.”

Prime Minister Tusk also noted that the Armenian-Polish relations were developing steadily and Poland was greatly interested in expanding the framework of cooperation. At the same time he said that Armenia can always count on Poland’s assistance.

President Sargsyan stressed the importance of the fact that Armenia and Poland were developing in same system of values which provides numerous opportunities for discovering many areas of mutually beneficial cooperation. Among important factors that can further promote relations between the two countries, Serzh Sargsyan mentioned active cultural contacts, spoke about prominent Polish cultural figures of Armenian descent, and connecting role of the Armenian-Polish community. The President of Armenia reflected also on the recognition of the Armenian Genocide in 2005 by the Polish Seim, noting that the fact speaks about mutual understanding and trust between the two peoples.

The President of Armenia and the Prime Minister of Poland exchanged views on the possible areas of the Armenian-Polish cooperation and enhancement of the economic and trade relations.

Prime Minister Tusk also said that his country greatly values efforts of the Armenian President aimed at the establishment of regional peace and stability.

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