Klaar and Pashinyan meet in Yeravan

EU Special Representative for the South Caucasus and the Crisis in Georgia, Toivo Klaar, arrived in Armenia on Tuesday (30 November), and was received by the Armenian prime minister, Nikol Pashinyan.

According to an Armenian government readout, Pashinyan assessed Armenian-EU co-operation as “effective”, and highlighted the upcoming Eastern Parternship Summit in Brussels, in the context of the development of the bilateral partnership. The sides exchanged views on bilateral relations, as well as on issues of regional significance. 

Klaar reportedly reaffirmed the EU’s readiness to continue the efforts aimed at strengthening ties between the Armenia and the EU. He tweeted that he had had a good discussion with Pashinyan, in which he forwarded greetings from President of the European Council, Charles Michel, and had addressed preparations for the upcoming meetings in the context of the Eastern Partnership Summit.

source: commonspace.eu with agencies
photo: Toivo Klaar and Nikol Pashinyan, 30th November; Office of the prime minister of Armenia

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