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YEREVAN. – Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on Tuesday met with President Michel Aoun of Lebanon, at the UN headquarters in New York.

The interlocutors underscored the continued development of the Armenian-Lebanese relations, and expressed satisfaction with the high level of their bilateral political cooperation, press office of the government of Armenia informed Armenian News-NEWS.am. Also, they underscored the deepening of economic ties and the increase of trade between Armenia and Lebanon.

Furthermore, Pashinyan and Aoun discussed the avenues for the promotion of cooperation in various domains, and reflected on the preparations for the 17th summit of the International Organization of La Francophonie—and which Armenia’s capital city of Yerevan will host in October. The Lebanese president reaffirmed his participation in the summit, and expressed a conviction that it will be held at a high level.

In addition, the Armenian PM and the Lebanese president highlighted the role of the Armenian community in Lebanon, in terms of the expansion of bilateral ties.

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