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Our agenda with Georgia is quite broad. Armenian Foreign Minister Zohrab Mnatsakanyan said this to reporters, after his get-together in Georgia with representatives of the Georgian-Armenian community.

He noted this referring to the matters that were discussed at his meetings with the Georgian FM and the Georgian PM, within the framework of his official visit to Georgia.

“We [Armenia and Georgia] have a quite stable regular dialogue between our foreign ministries,” he added. “Within the framework of this official visit, we again touched upon all those matters concerning the security systems of our two countries, and the challenges that are related to our security systems.

“We also stressed what is a very natural joint interest: to develop relations in the direction that contributes to regional peace and stability.

“We are very satisfied with the quite active dynamics that exist in our bilateral relations over the course of this year.

“We are trying to further encourage the business circles, civil society contacts, [and] the joint work at all levels.

“Numerous issues were touched upon.

“The [Armenia-Georgia] relations are quite extensive, and the agenda that has been formed between our governments is [also] extensive.

“We work together in a very friendly climate.

“It was also very impressive as to what extent the Prime Minister of Georgia directly contributes to the work that is related to the development of the Armenian-Georgian relations.”

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