Greek and Armenian PMs emphasise their countries' close collaboration in overcoming obstacles

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According to the Prime Minister's Office, the meeting between Nikol Pashinyan and Kyriakos Mitsotakis, the prime ministers of Armenia and Greece, took place as part of the European Political Community Summit in Prague.

The meeting's participants covered a range of topics related to Armenian and Greek relations.

The parties discussed the effects of the Azerbaijani aggression directed at Armenia's sovereign territory. Nikol Pashinyan emphasised the direct reaction of the international community, particularly Greece, to Azerbaijan's activities and its demands to end the effects of the aggression.

In order to overcome obstacles, Prime Minister Pashinyan and Kyriakos Mitsotakis stressed the importance of close bilateral collaboration. Trilateral cooperation between Cyprus, Greece, and Armenia was also emphasised.

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