Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan, who left for Georgia on Thursday, evaluates his trip as very promising, substantial and warm.
Speaking to reporters after a visit to an Armenian church in capital Tbilisi, Karen Karapetyan said his talks with Georgian officials focused on all the key issues on the bilateral agenda. “All I want to say is the visit was very substantial, constructive and warm. We addressed the bilateral relations, as well as the existing impediments,” he said.
The premier said the Armenian side has proposed cooperation on the regional level. “A special date has been assigned for interested Georgian businessmen to visit Armenia to consider our proposals,” he said.
The premier added that education-related issues (for Georgian-Armenians) had also been discussed at the meetings.
Asked what model the Armenian government envisions for the coming decades, Kaapetyan said, “It will be our country’s model. So any Armenian – no matter where he resides – will be proud of Armenia, because we really have that right, and the potential.”