YEREVAN. – Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who is in Berlin on a working visit, visited the Friedrich Ebert Foundation (Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung) where he met with the German scholar and analytical circles. This was reported by the Information and Public Relations Department of the Prime Minister's Office.
Klara Geywitz, co-chair of the foundation and member of its Chairmanship Council, thanked the Prime Minister for his willingness to visit the foundation and present the changes taking place in Armenia.
Geywitz said Armenia has always been at the crossroads of different cultures, but has maintained its identity, today it plays an important political role, they see that it has good neighborly relations with Russia, is a member of the EEU, but at the same time has a relevant agreement signed with the EU.
The Friedrich Ebert Foundation official stated that Germany has good relations with Armenia and considers the opportunities for deepening cooperation to be important. Klara Geywitz noted that Armenia can become an appealing country for foreign investors. But she added that the new government is confronted with the old burden, it is not easy to achieve change, and Germany can contribute to these developments.
Geywitz recalled that that the Friedrich Ebert Foundation has a representative office in Armenia and has assisted the country.