YEREVAN. – Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze discussed transportation problems during their meeting in Yerevan.
As Georgian PM noted during the meeting, this year both countries celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first republics.
“After the restoration of independence, thanks to joint steps, it was possible to develop relations. I believe that the relationship will continue to develop. We discussed the main areas of cooperation and stressed the desire for intensive political relations, "Bakhtadze said, adding that issues related to transport, economy, and culture were discussed during the meeting.
“We admitted that there is an untapped potential. In late fall, a meeting of the intergovernmental commission is planned to determine the ways of developing relations,” Georgian PM added.
They also discussed Georgia’s relations with NATO, Bakhtatdze said, adding that Georgia welcomes intensification of relations between Armenia and EU.