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President of Armenia visited Batumi and Kobuleti2010-03-01 11:30
Serzh Sargsyan, the President of Armenia, who stayed in Georgia on weekend with a private visit upon invitation of his Georgian counterpart, is content with the results of the trip, Sargsyan said after the meeting with Mikheil Saakashvili - Georgia Times correspondent in Tbilisi.gt-en-newsitem-inside
On Saturday the Armenian leader, accompanied by the President of Georgia, visited Batumi and Kobuleti, met with representatives of Armenian commons of Ajaria.
At the meeting in Georgian Palace hotel [Kobuleti] the two heads of state discussed cooperation in economy sphere, highlighted necessity of deepening interrelations in all the spheres of the life of the state.
Saakashvili appreciated the arrival of his Armenian counterpart and called him a very courageous person.
"He gave me great hopes on many issues. We agreed on integration of our economies, on working more for making our people closer. We are small countries, but we need each other a lot," Saakashvili said.
Sargsyan said he was very glad about the meetings in Georgia and was surprised how much was done in such a short term.
"We must work together more intensively, and must think seriously about the integration processes. I'm sure this year will be crucial in relations of our countries, though our countries have always been and remain good. I leave with hope that in a few months we'll return with specific proposals," Sargsyan said.