Poland’s new Ambassador to Armenia, Paweł Cieplak, on Thursday presented his credentials to President Serzh Sargsyan.
The President congratulated the ambassador on his appointment, wished him success, and expressed the hope that the diplomat will contribute to the strengthening of Armenian-Polish relations and the expansion of cooperation. Sargsyan added that relations between Armenia and Poland have always been constructive and warm.
Stressing that last year the two countries marked the 25th anniversary of their diplomatic relations and the 650th anniversary of the Armenian community in Poland, the President expressed gratitude to the Polish people for their friendly and warm disposition toward Armenians.
Ambassador Cieplak, for his part, said his primary task during his tenure in Armenia will be to work consistently toward the deepening of Armenian-Polish economic ties and the growth of trade between the two countries.
Aside from bilateral relations, President Sargsyan and Ambassador Cieplak discussed multilateral cooperation, as well.
Also, they conferred on the development of Armenian-Polish cooperation within the framework of the EU-Armenia Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement, which was signed recently.
In addition, the interlocutors underscored the intensification of interparliamentary dialogue, in terms of the strengthening of interstate relations.
Furthermore, President Serzh Sargsyan and Ambassador Paweł Cieplak exchanged views on the ongoing Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh) peace process.