High-level political dialogue between Armenia and Czechia is a good ground for developing mutually beneficial cooperation. President Sarkissian received the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic
Today, President Armen Sarkissian received Jakub Kulhanek, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, who is on a working visit to Armenia, and the accompanying delegation.
Welcoming the high-ranking guest, President Sarkissian particularly noted that the two countries have a high-level political dialogue, which is a good ground for developing mutually beneficial cooperation in various spheres. According to the President, the two countries have a lot in common, and they can do much together and learn much from each other. "It is necessary to discuss future-oriented programs that will take into account the existing potential and contribute to the deepening of bilateral relations, " said President Sarkissian.
Noting that this is his first visit to Armenia, the Czech Foreign Minister said that its purpose is to give a new impetus to bilateral relations and to boost business ties. For this reason, a delegation of businessmen from the Czech Republic has arrived in Armenia, and a business forum is being held parallel to his visit.
Sharing the opinion that there is an immense potential for cooperation in various fields to be realized efficiently, the interlocutors noted the wide opportunities in information technologies, education, science, tourism, and healthcare.
They also touched upon the deepening and development prospects of Armenia-EU cooperation in different directions.