In a intergovernmental commission between Armenia and Turkmenistan, Armenian Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan on Tuesday welcomed Deputy Prime Minister of Turkmenistan Sapardurdy Toyliev.
The two parties discussed the state of Turkmenistanian-Armenian relations, and they expressed that increased economic cooperation between the two nations would be feasible and of great benefit to both parties.
The topic of increased cooperation between the two countries was a top priority. According to the report from the Republic of Armenia they stated that the effects of increased collaboration could be seen as early as in the next year.
Both Abrahamyan and Toyliev agreed that the potential for increased turnovers in trade is palpable, but they urged that there would be a need for increased cooperation economically and that joint business forums would be crucial to growth.
Other items were discussed in the meeting between the two officials, largely dealing in what possibilities exist within bilateral relations.