Secretary of the Russian Security Council Nikolai Patrushev and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan at a meeting in Yerevan discussed issues of building up Russian-Armenian security cooperation, as well as providing humanitarian aid to the Syrian people and restoring peaceful life in Syria, Russian Security Council’s press service reported. following the meeting.
Nikolai Patrushev and Nikol Pashinyan discussed the issues of building up Russian-Armenian cooperation in the field of security, economic and investment cooperation, interaction between the two countries in international organizations, as well as a number of pressing problems on the international agenda, in particular, the provision of humanitarian assistance to the Syrian people and the restoration of peaceful life in Syria, TASS reported referring to the statement.
Earlier, Patrushev, who arrived in Armenia on a two-day visit on August 12, highlighted the importance of cooperation between the parties on the topic of information security. The Russian-Armenian security consultations held in Yerevan discussed the interaction of the two countries in international organizations, as well as cooperation in the field of information security.