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Armenia’s President discusses bilateral ties with head of National Bank of Polan

13:55, 09.06.2012 Region: World News, Armenia Theme: Politics, Economics

YEREVAN. – Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan on Saturday received President Marek Belka of the National Bank of Poland.

Stressing the high degree in Armenian-Polish relations, Sargsyan underscored the high-level mutual visits and expressed a hope that the National Bank of Poland President’s visit to Armenia will contribute to developing the ties between both countries, the President’s Press Office informed Armenian News-NEWS.am.   

In his turn, Marek Belka stated that the experience and information exchange between the Central Bank of Armenia and the National Bank of Poland is placed on firm bases, and this is very important in terms of further improving the financial system of Armenia, which has chosen the road to European integration.   

Also, the interlocutors discussed the avenues toward deepening the interaction between the two countries.

Armenia News - NEWS.am

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