Nikol Pashinyan Congratulates Mamuka Bakhtadze on His Election as Prime Minister of Georgia
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan sent a congratulatory message to Georgian Premier Mamuka Bakhtadze on his election as Prime Minister of Georgia.
The message reads in part; "I cordially congratulate you on your election as Prime Minister of Georgia. Our peoples have always been intertwined with strong and friendly ties of friendship and brotherhood that keep multiplying and developing today thanks to the atmosphere of warmth and mutual trust inherent in the relations between our two nations and peoples.
During the fruitful meetings held as part of my recent official visit to Georgia, I realized once again that there is great development potential in Armenian-Georgian relations. I am confident that the mutually beneficial cooperation between Armenia and Georgia will continue to develop and strengthen for the sake of our peoples’ prosperity during your tenure of office.
I am pleased to invite you to visit Armenia. I am convinced that your visit will give fresh impetus to our countries’ interactions in different spheres of mutual interest.
Taking the opportunity, I wish you every success in the new stage of reforms. Please be assured that we perceive any success of Georgia’s as ours."
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