Armenia, Georgia agree to boost bilateral relations

The Foreign Ministers of Armenia and Georgia Edward Nalbandian and Grigol Vashadze agreed on possible mutual visits between the Presidents of the two countries during a meeting in Salzburg, according to the Georgian Foreign Ministry.

The Ministers met in Salzburg on the sidelines of a forum titled “New Bases for Global Economy and Global Management.”

During the meeting, the two sides also discussed a wide range of issues concerning the bilateral relations. The Georgian Foreign Ministry reports that the Ministers also focused on the situation in the South Caucasus, as well as security and stability issues.

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