Armenian Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan received Latvian Ambassador Elita Gavele on Thursday.
Abrahamyan highlighted the need to further develop bilateral relations, according to the official government website.
"There is great potential for the development of relations between our two countries," Abrahamyan said. "In this respect, we appreciate the activities of the intergovernmental commission."
Gavele congratulated Abrahamyan on the National Assembly's recent approval of the government program and wished him every success. The ambassador said Latvia is also interested in deepening and expanding ties with Armenia.
Abrahamyan asked Gavele to extend an invitation to visit Armenia to his Latvian counterpart, Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma.
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