Pashinyan promises Russia and Armenia to have stronger fraternal ties
Relations between Armenia and Russia will be more fraternal, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said at the St. Sarkis Armenian Church in Adler on Sunday evening.
"All conditions have been created for us to live and work in our homeland," the Armenpress news agency cited him as saying. "Undoubtedly, the Armenian-Russian relations will be more fraternal. I am certain that our meetings will be effective. God save the Russian Federation, God save the Republic of Armenia, long live Armenian-Russian friendship!"
He also called on the two countries' businesspeople to invest in Armenia. "I call on all Armenians, businessmen in Sochi and all Russian and Armenian businessmen to come to Armenia and invest, create jobs, because this is a new Armenia where every investment will be protected," Pashinyan emphasized.
The Armenian delegation led by Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan arrived in Sochi to take part in a meeting of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council. Pashinyan’s first meeting with the Russian president will take place during his working visit. Other bilateral meetings are planned too.