It is necessary to continuously work in order to strengthen the friendship between Armenia and Georgia.
President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan said the aforementioned at the meeting with the Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia, Giorgi Mghebrishvili, on Friday.
The Armenian President welcomed the guest, underscoring the importance of his visit in terms of deepening the close and productive cooperation formed between the Armenian and Georgian police agencies and resisting current challenges with united forces, the press-service of the President’s office reports.
Sargsyan expressed hope that the declaration “On strengthening cooperation between the police of the Republic of Armenia and Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia” signed between the Armenian police and Georgian Internal Affairs Ministry will be significant for its productivity.
Stressing that Armenia and Georgia are not merely friendly states but also have centuries-old good neighborly ties, Sargsyan noted that it is necessary to constantly work to strengthen that friendship.
The interlocutors agreed that the Armenian-Georgian political dialogue is actively and dynamically developing especially in the recent years, the mutual visits and discourse between the representatives of the law enforcement authorities significantly contributing to this. This enables to discuss issues of mutual interest on the agenda in a constructive and warm climate.
Minister of Internal Affairs Giorgi Mghebrishvili, for his part, expressed satisfaction with the mutually useful and productive cooperation formed with the Armenian partners.