Armenian Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan received Iranian Ambassador Mohammad Reyisi in the Armenian capital of Yerevan on Saturday where they discussed the need to further develop and expand bilateral relations between the two countries.
"My goal is to consistently give effect to all those agreements reached with Iran and develop new programs of cooperation," Abrahamyan said. "I am sure we will have great achievements in this direction."
Reyisi congratulated Abrahamyan for assuming his position and extended warm greetings from the Iranian First Vice President.
"Pleased with your appointment, we are confident that new development will be recorded between Iran and Armenia," Reyisi said.
Rayisi said Iranian government officials seek to expand and deepen cooperation with Armenia, and the two sides discussed a wide range of issues.
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