Pashinyan and Dodon hold talks in Sochi
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Moldovan President Igor Dodon held talks in Sochi today, where they are taking part in the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council’s session, the press office of the Armenian government said.
According to the press release, they highly appreciated the level of relations between their countries and stressed the necessity of further development.
Nikol Pashinyan pointed out that economic relations between the two countries are still lagging behind their political relations.
“We should take appropriate steps to spur economic cooperation. In this connection, I attach great importance to the active work of the intergovernmental commission and find it necessary to hold its session as soon as possible," ARKA cited him as saying.
The PM also said that the Armenian government’s decision to open the Armenian embassy in Moldova shows that "our country is ready to give a new impetus to the bilateral relations."
Dodon congratulated Pashinyan on his election and wished him success.