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RA NA President Receives Chargé d'affaires of Czech Republic

On June 14 the RA NA President Hovik Abrahamyan received Petr Mikyska, Chargé d'affaires of Czech Republic to RA.

Hovik Abrahamyan congratulated Petr Mikyska in connection with assuming the diplomatic mission and expressed confidence that his activity would promote more developing the Armenian-Czech friendly relations. The NA President has noted that Armenia highlights the development of comprehensive cooperation with Czech Republic and the opening of the RA Embassy in Prague is the best evidence of it. “We are sure that the opening of the diplomatic representation of Czech Republic in Armenia will also have positive impact on providing continuity of our political dialogue, boosting the trade-economic cooperation and activating the human contacts,” Hovik Abrahamyan said. The NA President deemed necessary the activation of parliamentary cooperation, expressing conviction that dialogue at the level of parliaments could be useful for raising mutual cognition from the view of getting good picture on inner and foreign political agenda issues, supporting each other on the issues of bilateral interest. Mr Abrahamyan underlined the necessity of the development of trade-economic relations.

The Chargé d'affaires of Czech Republic to RA congratulated Hovik Abrahamyan on the occasion of being elected NA President and conveyed the congratulatory message of the head of the parliament of Czech Republic. Mr Mikyska ensured that he would do his best to develop and deepen the bilateral relations. He also highlighted the activation of inter-parliamentary relations and in that context informed the NA President that Czech-Armenian Friendship Group had been set up in the parliament of Czech Republic, and in September the parliamentary delegation of Czech Republic would arrive in Armenia.

Source:, 14.06.2012