Pashinyan, Dutch Foreign Minister Discuss Expanding Bilateral Relations
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and visiting Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs Stef Blok met in Yerevan today and discussed prospects for expanding relations between the two countries.
Pashinyan, according to an Armenian government press release, welcome Blok to Armenia and thanked the Dutch parliament for ratifying the Armenia-EU Comprehensive Partnership Agreement.
Pashinyan noted that he is planning an official visit to the Netherlands this year, the first visit of an Armenian leaders to the country since the establishment of diplomatic relations,
Minister Blok said that the prospects to cooperate in various sectors (economy, agriculture, information technologies, humanitarian) are promising.
He expressed confidence that Pashinyan's visit to the Netherlands would contribute to the consolidation and expansion of bilateral relations.
Top photo: The unidentified woman is a member of Minister Blok's delegation.