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Head of RA NA Delegation to Euronest PA Gayane Abrahamyan Meets with Speaker of Parliament of Georgia Archil Talakvadze
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Within the framework of the 8th Ordinary Session of the Euronest Parliamentary Assembly the Head of the RA NA Delegation to Euronest PA Gayane Abrahamyan, the Heads of the Delegations of Ukraine and Moldova met with the Speaker of the Parliament of Georgia Archil Talakvadze.

The Speaker of the Parliament of Georgia presented the political and economic developments of Georgia, as well as the situation over the conflict solution,

The heads of the delegations talked about the ongoing developments in Armenia, Ukraine and Moldova.

During the meeting a number of important issues concerning the Armenian-Georgian relations were discussed.

Gayane Abrahamyan highlighted the use of the Georgian experience during implementing the reforms of the judicial system and the creation of the anti-corruption institutes for avoiding the possible problems in application phase.

The participants of the meeting also talked about the regional conflicts.

Gayane Abrahamyan has underlined that today the Armenian side speaks about the new, constructive positions.

Archil Talakvadze has stressed the importance of the close cooperation with all countries, underscoring that Georgia has special relations, approaches towards the participant countries.

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