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YEREVAN. – Within the framework of the Munich Security Conference, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan met with President Stevo Pendarovski of North Macedonia ,the Prime Minister's press service reports.

The Prime Minister noted that Armenia, being a member of the Eurasian Economic Union, is interested in developing relations with European countries, including North Macedonia. "We think Armenia can be a very interesting place for foreign investors who want access to the Eurasian Economic Union market," he said, in particular.

Pendarovski noted that North Macedonia’s diplomatic relations with Armenia were established about 30 years ago, but noted that bilateral economic cooperation has not achieved the desired results yet. The President of North Macedonia added that their country is interested in deepening and expanding cooperation and is ready to make efforts with Armenian partners in that direction.

The President of the North of Macedonia asked about the democratic reforms taking place in Armenia, and Prime Minister Pashinyan touched upon these reforms in detail.

The leaders of the two countries also discussed the expansion of economic cooperation, reaching an agreement that the two governments will take appropriate steps in that direction in the near future.

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