Pashinyan and Kharazin Hrv. They discussed issues related to security and stability in the Caucasus
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Advisor to the Supreme Leader of Iran, Head of the Strategic Council of Foreign Relations Kamal Kharazy exchanged views on issues related to security and stability in the South Caucasus at a meeting held in Yerevan. The Prime Minister emphasized the key approaches of RA on this issue.
The Prime Minister emphasized the importance of Kharaz’s visit to Armenia and expressed confidence that it will give a new impetus to the further development and strengthening of Armenia-Iran relations.
Nikol Pashinyan noted that they agreed with the President of the Republic of Iran to take consistent steps in the direction of the continuous increase in the volume of trade turnover.
At the same time, the Prime Minister noted that he fondly remembers the meeting with the supreme leader of Iran and asked him to convey his warm greetings.
The interlocutors discussed various issues related to the Armenia-Iran cooperation agenda. They related to political, economic relations, cooperation in energy, infrastructure and other fields and implementation of joint projects.
In the context of unblocking the infrastructure in the region, the Prime Minister emphasized the positive position of the Republic of Iran regarding the “Crossroads of Peace” program developed by the RA government and the key principles underlying it.
On January 29, RA Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan met with Kamal Kharazi, Advisor to the Supreme Leader of Iran, Head of the Strategic Council of Foreign Relations, and various issues related to the Armenian-Iranian multi-sectoral cooperation agenda were discussed.
During the meeting, issues related to security and stability in the South Caucasus were discussed.
Minister Mirzoyan presented RA’s approaches in detail, emphasizing the imperative of unconditional respect for RA’s territorial integrity, inviolability of borders and sovereignty, also as a believer in ensuring lasting peace in the region.