Acting Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan continues to hold political consultations with leaders of several political forces, and today he had a meeting with leader of the Christian-Democratic Party Levon Shirinyan, the press office of the Prime Minister reported.
The acting premier greeted Shirinyan, informed him that he had followed his political party’s election campaign and regretted that his political party failed to cross the electoral threshold. He went on to ask Shirinyan to present his political party’s views on the future course of the political situation in the country and share his thoughts on the possible platforms for cooperation between the government and extra-parliamentary forces.
Shirinyan started out by saying that the attack on the state was stopped and that, according to him, his political party played a major role. Shirinyan added that the continuity of the revolution, stability of the state and strengthening of independence were important and stated that his political party will stand with the government.
The interlocutors also discussed issues related to consolidation of the potential and the prospects for future cooperation.