Within the framework of the Munich Security Conference, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan continues having bilateral meetings with the presidents and prime ministers of various countries.
First, the Prime Minister had a meeting with Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov, and then with Latvian President Egils Levits.
Pashinyan and Borisov discussed Armenian-Bulgarian economic cooperation. The interlocutors touched upon the development of cooperation, and exchanged views on the possibilities of implementing regional projects.
Prime Minister Borisov invited Prime Minister Pashinyan to Bulgaria on an official visit, which was accepted with delight. They expressed confidence that high-level mutual visits would give a new impetus to bilateral relations.
Subsequently, the Prime Minister of Armenia and the President of Latvia touched upon the promotion of bilateral cooperation, and spoke about the development of Armenia-EU cooperation. Nikol Pashinyan and Egils Levits also touched upon Armenia's democratic reforms and cooperation in this direction.