NKR President Sent a Thank-You Letter to Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan
On 18 June Artsakh Republic President Bako Sahakyan addressed a thank-you letter to Premier of the Republic of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan.
The letter runs as follows:
"Honourable Premier Pashinyan,
I sincerely thank you for accepting my invitation to visit Artsakh from 16 to 17 June.
The discussions held with You and the government delegation at Your head were very important and substantive.
I would also like to thank for Your position articulated during our meeting that You appreciate and rate high the readiness of the Artsakh Republic President to initiate practical and substantial changes in Artsakh and unequivocally support in this regard Artsakh colleagues and the head of the Artsakh state, and that the government of the Republic of Armenia affirms its unconditional support of the political course we have embarked on.
I would like to emphasize that the Artsakh authorities and I myself personally voice our unconditional support for your principal policy aimed at cementing democracy and the rule of law in Mother Armenia as well as restoring the full-fledged format of negotiations in the process of the Azerbaijani-Karabakh conflict settlement.
I am convinced that close cooperation between the two Armenian states will be further enhanced for the glory of our Homeland and our people.
Once again accept my gratitude and warm wishes."
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