PM Pashinyan Sends Congratulatory Messages to the President of Bolivia and the Prime Minister of Jamaica
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan sent congratulatory messages to the President of Plurinational State of Bolivia Luis Alberto Arce Catacora, and the Prime Minister of Jamaica Andrew Michael Holness on the occasion of the national holidays of the two countries.
The message addressed to the President of Bolivia reads as follows,
I warmly congratulate you and the friendly people of Bolivia on the occasion of the national holiday of Bolivia, Independence Day.
I am full of hope that we will make all possible efforts to develop and deepen Armenia-Bolivia relations for the benefit of our two countries and peoples.
I wish you good health and new success, and prosperity and peace to the friendly people of Bolivia."
The message addressed to the Prime Minister of Jamaica reads as follows,
On behalf of the people of Armenia and myself, I warmly congratulate you and the friendly people of Jamaica on Independence Day.
Armenia is ready to develop cooperation with Jamaica in both bilateral and multilateral formats. I am full of hope that by joint efforts we can raise relations between our countries to a qualitatively new level for the benefit of our peoples."
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