President Sarkissian met with the President of Georgia: Together we can do much more for our countries and peoples
President Armen Sarkissian met today in Tokyo with the President of Georgia Salome Zurabishvili. The Presidents of the two countries, along with many world leaders, in the capital of Japan are participating at the official ceremony of enthronement of Emperor Naruhito.
“We are good neighbors, and it is always a pleasure to meet with the president of a friendly state,” President Sarkissian said greeting Salome Zurabishvili.
Stressing that Armenian and Georgian peoples’ friendship has a millennia-long history and will undoubtedly continue in the millennia to come, President Armen Sarkissian said, “We have an excellent range of cooperation and undoubtedly huge potential. The opportunities of our joint activities are much bigger, and together we can do much more for our countries and peoples.”
President Salome Zurabishvili in her turn noted that the two nations have a long road to go together and it depends on us how to use great potential existing in the region. She invited her counterpart to conduct official visit to Georgia.
The Presidents of the two countries spoke about a mutually beneficial cooperation in different areas. In particular, President Sarkissian stressed the importance of cooperation in the framework of various presidential initiatives which could include new technologies and education areas. The parties exchanged views also on the regional cooperation and developments. Noting that the Caucasus is a region where different civilizations and cultures cross and the opportunities for cooperation and implementation of joint projects are pretty big, they agreed that respect toward each other, tolerance, and stability are important and necessary conditions for advancement.