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Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan met with Slovenian President Borut Pahor on the sidelines of the 77th session of the UN General Assembly in New York, the press service of the Armenian government informed NEWS.am.

Pashinyan particularly referred to Azerbaijan's September 13 large-scale aggression against Armenia's sovereign territory. Pashinyan noted that the Azerbaijani armed forces shelled 36 settlements of the Republic of Armenia. As a result there are casualties on the Armenian side, including civilians.

The Armenian Prime Minister stressed the importance of the condemnation of the Azerbaijani actions and the adequate reaction of the international community for the immediate withdrawal of the Azerbaijani troops from the sovereign territory of the Republic of Armenia.

The President of Slovenia, in his turn, expressed his concern over the events and stressed the need to solve regional problems through negotiations.

In the course of the meeting, views were exchanged on the further development of the Armenian-Slovenian relations, as well as various issues of mutual interest.

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