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YEREVAN. – A meeting between Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and US President Donald Trump is not expected at the opening of UN General Assembly session in New York.

Armenia’s Foreign Minister Zohrab Mnatsakanyan on Thursday told about the aforementioned to reporters, at the government building.

“The Pashinyan-Trump meeting process requires time,” he noted. “We are working with the United States, we have various platforms for work, and that matter shall come, reach its resolution.”

In the FM’s words, they cannot envisage that a hasty talk will take place.

When asked whether such a meeting is expected in New York, Mnatsakanyan responded: “No. We’re not expecting now.”

Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on Sunday will head to New York to attend the opening ceremony of the UN General Assembly session. Foreign Ministry spokesperson Tigran Balayan had informed that several talks are scheduled within the framework of this trip.

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