Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias met on Monday with visiting Foreign Minister of Armenia Ararat Mirzoyan in the presence of Deputy Foreign Minister Kostas Fragogiannis.
The two top officials reaffirmed the strong friendship and historical ties between Greece and Armenia.
They also discussed Greek-Armenian relations, including the trilateral cooperation between Greece, Armenia and Cyprus on diaspora issues, developments in the Caucasus region, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and developments in the Eastern Mediterranean.
After the meeting Dendias and Mirzoyan signed an MoU between the Greek and the Armenian Foreign Ministries on EU-related matters, the foreign ministry posted on Twitter.
Thanks to brotherly Greece and my friend Nikos Dendias personally for warm welcome and hospitality. Had very productive discussions also with also the President and the Prime Minister and the Greek Foreign Minister. Strong partnership with Greece has a strategic importance for Armenia,” Mirzoyan tweeted.