Within the framework of his official trip to Lithuania, Armenia’s Foreign Minister Zohrab Mnatsakanyan on Monday visited the Eastern Europe Studies Centre, in capital city Vilnius, where a discussion on Armenia after last year’s velvet revolution in the country was held with the leading Lithuanian analysts.
In his welcoming remarks at this event, Mnatsakanyan noted, in particular, that even though Armenia and Lithuania are small countries on the world map, their peoples have a particularly strong sense of freedom and independence.
In the ensuing discussion, the FM thoroughly presented Armenia’s foreign policy priorities and imports, as well as the ongoing reforms by the country’s government.
In his address, Zohrab Mnatsakanyan also presented the underlying values and principles of Armenia’s foreign policy.
Subsequently, the discussion continued in a question-and-answer format.