Armenia’s Deputy Prime Minister Tigran Avinyan today received the delegation led by Deputy Director-General for Neighborhood and Enlargement Negotiations of the European Commission Katarina Mathernova, as reported the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister.
The Deputy Prime Minister stated that the EU is one of Armenia’s key partners and added that the European delegation’s visit serves as a good opportunity to discuss the current plans for cooperation and touch upon future opportunities for that cooperation.
Expressing gratitude for the reception, Katarina Mathernova said the EU will continue to provide wide support to Armenia to implement the pretentious reforms agenda.
During the meeting, the interlocutors touched upon issues related to digitization, electronic governance, public governance reforms and energy efficiency. Tigran Avinyan expressed gratitude for the support that the EU has provided in these directions and presented the activities and future programs carried out by the government. The parties thoroughly discussed the paths for the deepening of cooperation in every sector and the opportunities for launching new initiatives.