December 05
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Deputy Foreign Minister of Armenia Vahe Gevorgyan yesterday received newly appointed Ambassador of Ireland to the Republic of Armenia Martina Feeney (residence in Sofia), on the occasion of presenting the copy of her credentials, as reported the Armenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The deputy foreign minister congratulated Martina Feeney on assuming the responsible mission and expressed hope that the newly appointed Ambassador would further contribute to the strengthening of the Armenian-Irish relations and expanding the agenda of relations, both in bilateral and multilateral formats.

The interlocutors reiterated mutual willingness to take steps to intensify the political dialogue, enhance the mutually beneficial cooperation in both bilateral and multilateral fields, as well as make full use of the existing potential.

During the meeting, the deputy minister comprehensively presented the current situation regarding the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. In this context, the importance of a full resumption of the Nagorno-Karabakh peace process within the framework of the OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs was highlighted.

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