Armenia’s newly appointed Ambassador to Uzbekistan, Aram Grigoryan—with diplomatic residence in Armenia’s capital city of Yerevan, handed a copy of his letters of credence to the Uzbek Minister of Foreign Affairs, Abdulaziz Komilov.
The handover ceremony was followed by a private conversation between them.
Komilov stressed that there were always good neighborly relations between the two countries, and expressed the hope that the Armenian ambassador will contribute to the strengthening and development of bilateral relations.
Grigoryan, in turn, noted that there is tremendous untapped potential in Armenian-Uzbek relations, and he reaffirmed his commitment to contribute to the further development and deepening of these relations.
During the conversation, the two sides highlighted the Uzbek Armenian community’s bridging role in relations between the two countries.
Ambassador Grigoryan and Minister Kamilov touched also upon the need for expanding the legal framework and the importance of decentralized cooperation between Armenia and Uzbekistan.