Posted on May. 12. 2022
In late April 2022, the Armenian governmental delegation headed by PM Nikol Pashinyan arrived in Russia on a two-day official visit.
At the beginning of his meeting with Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed security issues in the South Caucaus region.
He added that the Armenian PM’s current visit to Moscow is dedicated to the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Russia and Armenia.
During the PM’s visit to Russia, Armenia and Russia also signed an agreement on cooperation in the field of information security.
On behalf of Russia and Armenia, the agreement was signed by the secretaries of the security councils of the two countries Nikolay Patrushev and Armen Grigoryan.
On Wednesday, Nikol Pashinyan met with Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin and other high-ranking officials.
The Armenian Prime Minister also visited Nizhny Novgorod. Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Head of the European Council Charles Michel discussed the process of implementing the agreements reached during the April 6 meeting in Brussels between the President of the European Council.
During the talks, the situation in the region and the agenda of Armenia-EU relations were also discussed.
Pashinyan and Michel also discussed the implementation of the agreement on allocating $2.6 billion to Armenia as part of the economic and investment plan.
Charles Michel reaffirmed the EU’s commitment to the full implementation of the investment program for Armenia.