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Armenia and Japan may expand economic cooperation2012-06-06 13:32
June 6, Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian met with Vice Prime Minister of Japan Katsuya Okada in Tokyo. Edward Nalbandyan is member of the delegation led by Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The press service of the Foreign Ministry told the Armenian News the parties have praised the dynamic of cooperation and expressed confidence that the Armenian President's visit to Japan would give new impetus to cooperation.
The two sides noted with satisfaction that after the first meeting in 2009 a growth of bilateral relations has been recorded, and the agreements were being implemented.
At the same time, as reported by the IA Regnum, Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandyan expressed his gratitude for the consistent assistance to the country development Japan has been providing for many years.
The agenda of the meeting also included the issues concerning the possibility of expanding economic cooperation.