On the occasion of the 29th anniversary of the Independence of the Republic of Armenia, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has received congratulatory messages from the leaders of several foreign countries and international organizations.
The congratulatory message of Prime Minister of Bulgaria Boyko Borisov reads as follows:
“Bulgaria highly appreciates the excellent dialogue and effective cooperation with Armenia and resolutely supports Armenia’s rapprochement with the European Union and the government’s reforms for the strengthening of democracy and rule of law. Allow me to take the opportunity and express my satisfaction with our meeting held on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference in February. I hope you will have the opportunity to pay an official visit to Bulgaria after the end of the coronavirus pandemic; the visit will serve as an additional impetus for development of relations in all sectors.”
President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has sent the following congratulatory message to Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan:
“The major reforms you are implementing are laying a strong foundation for Armenia’s future development and advancement and are creating new opportunities for fruitful cooperation between our countries. I am certain that the relations hinged on centuries-old friendship and mutually beneficial cooperation will be further strengthened bilaterally and within the scope of economic integration in the Eurasian region.”
In his congratulatory message addressed to Nikol Pashinyan, First President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev particularly stated the following:
“Every year, your country becomes more and more reputable in terms of strengthening of statehood, socio-economic development and increase of reputation in the Eurasian Economic Union. I wish the friendly Armenia dynamic growth and prosperity in the future. I am glad that the cooperation between Kazakhstan and Armenia is growing on the basis of mutual understanding, and I am certain that the bilateral cooperation will grow in the future as well.”
Prime Minister of the Arab Republic of Egypt Mustafa Madbuli stated the following in his message:
“I hope the traditional and excellent relations between our countries grow and are advanced for the benefit of our peoples. Taking the opportunity, I wish Your Excellency more success, and I wish the people of Armenia progress and welfare.”
On the occasion of Independence Day, President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon stated the following in his message:
“I hope the Tajik-Armenian interstate dialogue hinged on mutual respect and trust will continue to develop in all sectors of mutual interest. I wish you good health, happiness and success, and I wish the friendly people of Armenia peace, welfare and prosperity.”
In their messages, Vice-President of the United Arab Emirates, Prime Minister and ruler of the Emirate of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum and Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the United Arab Emirates Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan stated the following:
“I wish Your Excellency good health and happiness, and I wish the government and friendly people of Armenia progress and prosperity.”
Head of the Council of Ministers of Iraq Mustafa Al-Kazemi stated the following in his congratulatory message:
“We convey to you our cordial congratulatory remarks on the occasion of Independence Day and affirm the multi-sector cooperation and friendly relations hinged on mutual interests of the two friendly countries. We wish you good health and happiness, and we wish your country welfare and prosperity.”
President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguli Berdimuhamedov stated the following in his message addressed to Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan.
“I am certain that the high level of cooperation between our friendly countries and mutual understanding will serve as a strong basis for further development and strengthening of the bilateral ties between Turkmenistan and Armenia for the benefit of our peoples.”
On the occasion of Independence Day, Prime Minister of Moldova stated the following in his congratulatory message:
“On this significant day, I would like to wish the Armenian people peace, all the best and more achievements on the path to development and prosperity. Stating the constructive dialogue between Moldova and Armenia in sectors of mutual interest, I affirm the willingness of the Government of Moldova to continue the joint efforts by using the whole potential for mutually beneficial cooperation and for the benefit of our countries.”
In his congratulatory message, President of Indonesia Joco Vidodo stated the following:
“Currently, the relations between Indonesia and Armenia are growing, hinged on mutual respect and trust. Both countries have promoted cooperation in the sectors of trade and investments, social and cultural sectors, science and technologies, higher education and humanitarian sector.
The last framework agreement on cooperation that we signed in June 2019 in Yerevan concern science, technopark and a technological incubator.
In 2019, the Government of Armenia released the book “Armenia, Land of Legends” along with Antara news agency. The weight of trade in our economic relations is growing day after day. Over the past five years, trade turnover has grown by 1.37%. Nevertheless, there are and there will be rather wide opportunities during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Since this year we are also marking the 28th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations, I am certain that the close friendship and cooperation will continue to be expanded and strengthened in the years to come.”
Secretary-General of the Collective Security Treaty Organization Stanislav Zas stated the following in his congratulatory message:
“The Government of the Republic of Armenia, under your leadership, is consistently and unwaveringly working on the solution to scaled issues that are targeted at further democratization of political life, consolidation of society, accelerated socio-economic development and strengthening of positions in the international arena.
The Collective Security Treaty Organization highly appreciates the constructive contribution of Armenia to the daily activities and comprehensive improvement of the Organization.
On this memorable day, I would like to wish you good health, welfare and great success, and I would like to wish the people of Armenia welfare.”
In his message, Chairman of the Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission Mikhail Myasnikovich stated the following:
“Accept my congratulatory remarks on the occasion of the Independence of the Republic of Armenia.
This major milestone in the history of Armenia serves as a good opportunity to talk not only about your major role in the creation of a legal and truly free Armenian society, but also your personal contribution to the development of the Eurasian Economic Union.
It is mostly thanks to you that the relations between Armenian and other Eurasian peoples continue to be built on the traditions of friendship and mutual respect. I am certain that the future constructive economic cooperation meets our general interests and contributes to the strengthening of stability and security in the region.
I wish you good health and longstanding welfare, and I wish the Republic of Armenia peace and prosperity.”