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Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who is on a working visit to France, on Thursday met with French Prime Minister Gabriel Attal, in Paris.

The French PM welcomed the visit of Pashinyan, and stressed the readiness of his government to consistently develop cooperation with Armenia.

Pashinyan, in turn, once again congratulated Attal on being appointed the Prime Minister of France, and wished him success in this capacity. Also, the Armenian premier highlighted the deepening and expansion of cooperation with the French government in various domains.

In particular, the interlocutors discussed cooperation and implementation of joint projects in trade and economic relations, construction, infrastructure development, energy, water management, and tourism.

In addition, PM Pashinyan emphasized the support of the French government to Armenia in terms of diversification of markets, as well as introduction of standards.

At the end of the talk, Nikol Pashinyan invited Gabriel Attal to Armenia on an official visit, and the French premier gladly accepted the invitation.

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