Armenian Deputy Foreign Minister Avet Adonts received today newly appointed Cypriot ambassador Andreas Zenonos (diplomatic residence in Moscow) on the occasion of presenting a copy of his credentials.
Adonts highly assessed the Armenian-Cypriot interstate relations. Wishing the Ambassador success in his mission, the deputy FM also expressed hope that the Ambassador would give a new impetus to bilateral cooperation between Armenia and Cyprus.
Ambassador Zenonos, in turn, assured that he would make every effort to further expand and promote cooperation between the two countries.
The interlocutors referred to bilateral political dialogue, cooperation in international structures, and the development of trade and economic relations, as well as discussed the steps to be taken to expand cooperation in tourism and culture between Armenia and Cyprus.
The parties also referred to preparations for the first Armenia-Greece-Cyprus trilateral summit to be held in Yerevan, stressing the importance of this cooperation.
Both sides highlighted the Armenia-EU Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement which, in their words, opens new perspectives for deepening cooperation.
During the conversation, they also exchanged views on a number of other issues of mutual interest.
In addition, the parties presented the latest developments on issues that are of foreign policy priority for their countries.