Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani met in Tehran to discuss strengthening their bilateral relations. Pashinyan emphasized the importance of cooperation between the two countries in establishing stability and peace in the region. He expressed gratitude to Iran for its continued support and cooperation with Armenia.
Rouhani reaffirmed Iran’s commitment to supporting Armenia and its efforts towards regional peace. The two leaders discussed ways to deepen their partnership, including increasing economic ties and promoting cultural exchange programs.
In addition, they also discussed regional issues such as the ongoing conflict in Syria and the threat of terrorism in the Middle East. Both leaders agreed that a united front is needed to address these challenges and maintain stability in the region.
The government’s message also addressed Iran’s role as a key player in promoting peace and security in the region. They emphasized that Iran has been a valuable partner for Armenia, especially in addressing common threats such as terrorism and extremism.
Overall, Pashinyan’s visit to Tehran was an important step towards strengthening Armenia-Iran relations and promoting regional peace and stability.