June 15
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YEREVAN.- Bulgarian Prime Minister said relaxation of visa regime with Armenia may become a good platform to intensify bilateral trade ties. Boyko Borisov arrived on an official visit to Armenia on Monday.

Speaking at a press conference with his Armenian counterpart Tigran Sargsyan, Bulgarian Premier said his country has already relaxed visa requirements with Turkey and Russia. He did not rule out that Zvartnots airport may become a transit for Sofia-Moscow flight.

Asked by a Bulgarian journalist about lack of the Armenian brandy in the Bulgarian market, Sargsyan said the demand will be taken into account and brandy exports to Bulgaria will be increased.


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