Nikol Pashinyan to visit Iran at the end of February
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan will visit the Islamic Republic of Iran at the end of February.
On February 5, during a press conference at the Armenian Foreign Ministry, spokesperson for the Armenian Foreign Ministry Anna Naghdalyan spoke about this.
“The visit to Iran will take place at the end of February. I cannot yet identify some of the issues on the agenda, but during the visit the entire spectrum of the bilateral agenda will be affected, which is typical for two countries that have good neighborly relations, ” - Naghdalyan said.
A spokesperson for the Foreing affairs ministry said that in the coming days, the relevant authorities would provide additional information on the agenda.
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