June 19
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During a meeting with the Armenian community of Tbilisi, Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan said it’s not that easy to talk about the strategic relations between Georgia and Armenia today.

According to him, Armenia is a member state of the Eurasian Economic Union, while Georgia has an Associated Agreement with the European Union. “Armenia is a member state of the Collective Security Treaty Organization, while Georgia intends to join NATO. Basically, there are certain dividing lines in terms of geopolitics, but Armenia’s objective is to view the relations with Georgia beyond geopolitical developments. I have stated that there is a need for a new platform for our relations, and the process of creating that platform has been launched,” Pashinyan said.

Pashinyan also called on being sincere. “Let’s directly state that Georgia and Armenia have always suspected each other of alleged conspiracies. We need to stop being negative towards each other. Armenia has the political will, and I see that Georgia also has the political will,” he said.

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