06, 2024

President Vahagn Khachaturyan received Minister of Foreign Affairs Ararat Mirzoyan

President of the Republic Vahagn Khachaturyan received Ararat Mirzoyan, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia.

Welcoming the Minister, the President of the Republic said. "I express my gratitude both to You personally and the Ministry for the large amount of effective work you are doing. Believe me, based on my experience, I can say that in these difficult conditions, you manage to find the best ways that lead Armenia to a safe future.

I would also like to thank You for the answers that You voiced during the presentation of the budget report in the National Assembly, and for this style, because, indeed, we all have an obligation to present in detail to citizens to the fullest what is happening in the country and beyond, so that people can be calm and confident that the authorities of the Republic of Armenia, including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, are doing everything possible in their daily work so that we live safely, and that the country follows the path of development. It must be.

Expressing gratitude for the opportunity to meet, Ararat Mirzoyan noted: "Mr. President, I am really very honoured for the assessments made. I attach importance to dialogue with citizens. We attach importance to making our policy understandable to them.

It is also very good that we meet quite often in different formats, and, by and large, it will not be a secret if we say that decisions are made as a result of general discussions."

During the meeting, the Minister presented to the President of the Republic the situation and developments existing in the country's foreign policy life. The foreign policy challenges of Armenia, the steps taken by the Ministry and the Government towards their neutralization were discussed.

The sides exchanged views on close cooperation between the office responsible for foreign policy and the presidential institute, as well as on the importance of developing common positions and approaches on issues on the agenda.


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