Ararat Mirzoyan continues to receive congratulatory messages on the occasion of becoming the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia.
Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias emphasized centuries-old Armenian-Greek friendly relations that are based on common historical and cultural values, expressed his readiness to further strengthen cooperation between the two countries on bilateral and multilateral levels. Greek F.M. Dendias considers important the process of effectively addressing regional challenges.
In his message the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Tajikistan Sirojiddin Muhriddin expressed confidence that friendly relations (bilateral and multilateral) between Armenia and Tajikistan that are based on principles of mutual respect and equal partnership, will continue to develop dynamically in the future.
Lithuanian Minister of Foreign Affairs Gabrielius Landsbergis said that they will happily continue strengthening the bilateral friendly relations and expressed confidence, that the dialogue between Lithuania and Armenia, and the joint projects will serve the interests of the two peoples.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland Zbigniew Rau, highly appreciates Ararat Mirzoyan’s contribution to the development of inter-parliamentary relations between Armenia and Poland while he served as a Chairman of the RA National Assembly. Poland’s Foreign Minister expressed hope that in the near future there will be an opportunity to meet and discuss ways and prospects for enhancing cooperation between the two countries on bilateral and international levels.
In his congratulatory message the Romanian Foreign Minister Bogdan Lucian Aurescu emphasized that Romania’s readiness to expand cooperation with Armenia in various fields, and enhance the mutual communication between the departments. He also wished Mirzoyan success in this important position.
Serbian Foreign Minister Nikola Selaković specified that the close Armenian-Serbian friendly relations are an important basis for cooperation in numerous fields between the two countries. He expressed the readiness of the Serbian side to give a new impetus to further develop the bilateral relations.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan Rashit Meredov, sending a congratulatory message to Ararat Mirzoyan, expressed confidence that the Armenian-Turkmen relations will keep strengthening and developing for the benefit of the two countries.
Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Mr. Luigi Di Maio expressed confidence that the Armenian-Italian relations formed on the basis of honest friendship will be enhanced further through effective collective work.
In his congratulatory letter the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Bui Thanh Son, in particular, mentioned that, undoubtedly, the friendly relations between the two countries will continue to serve as a basis for more effective development of cooperation in various aspects.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Andorra Maria Ubach Font, emphasized the importance of strong ties between Armenia and Andorra and confirmed her readiness to make efforts to strengthen cooperation between Armenia and Andorra.
Argentine Foreign Minister Felipe Carlos Solá expressed confidence that joint efforts will allow the Armenian-Argentine relations to continue developing, as well as to promote common agenda issues and make a significant contribution to the further enhancing of the well-being of two peoples.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic Jakub Kulhanek expressed his support for Armenia’s efforts directed at establishment of peace and strengthening the democracy. He is positive that cooperation within the EU, including the implementation of the Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement, will largely contribute to the development of Armenia-EU relations.
The Executive Secretary of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) Sergey Lebedev congratulated Ararat Mirzoyan on his appointment to the important position, and expressed confidence that Minister Mirzoyan’s experience will serve to protect Armenia’s interests on international platforms and its active role within the CIS.