- Mom jailed over refusing son's circumcision makes tough call 2015-05-29 11:56
- Kerry sued over Hillary Clinton’s emails 2015-05-29 09:42
- A Website That Lets You Spy On Millions of People 2015-05-29 02:18
- Social Revolution In Ireland: 62% of Irish Voters Say YES To Gay Marriage 2015-05-29 02:11
- Killer robots will leave humans ‘utterly defenceless’ warns professor 2015-05-29 00:35
- Russian Air Force to Get at Least 50 New Strategic Tu-160 Blackjack Bombers 2015-05-29 00:21
- Chicago cops posed with black suspect wearing deer antlers 2015-05-28 13:40
Armenian and Georgian Foreign Ministers have met2013-02-12 12:44
At yesterday's meeting, Foreign Minister of Armenia Eduard Nalbandyan and Georgian Foreign Minister Maya Panjikidze continued the dialogue on strengthening and expanding bilateral relations, started in Yerevan last month. According to the IA Regnum, this was announced by the press service of Armenian Foreign Ministry on February 12.gt-en-newsitem-inside
During the meeting, the Foreign Ministers of the two countries discussed in detail the implementation of the agreements reached in the course of the meeting between the Armenian president Serzh Sargsyan and Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili and talks between the two governments in January this year, in Yerevan. Ministers discussed the issues of Armenian-Georgian agenda and joint steps taken to address them.
Panjikidze and Nalbandyan noted the importance of keeping the tradition of periodic meetings of the Foreign Ministers of the two countries as an effective political dialogue format.
Nalbandyan laso took part in the conference of foreign ministers of the Eastern Partnership.
Recall, the Eastern Partnership is aimed at rapprochement between the EU and Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Belarus and Ukraine. The program provides for the allocation of 600 million euros to the "Six" by 2013, which is intended to strengthen state institutions, control borders and help small businesses. Eastern Partnership does not provide opportunities for the EU membership, but involves political and economic rapprochement with this regional organization, including visa facilitation and cooperation in the energy sector.