Meeting of Foreign Minister of Armenia with Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, Minister of External Affairs of India14 February, 2020
On February 14, on the margins of the Munich Security Conference Foreign Minister of Armenia met with Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, Minister of External Affairs of India
The sides noted with satisfaction that the Armenian-Indian relations traditionally based on friendship and shared values have received a new quality. In terms of preserving the dynamics of bilateral political dialogue, the sides particularly emphasized the importance of holding regular consultations between the Foreign Ministries, promoting high-level mutual visits, contacts and the works of the Armenian-Indian Intergovernmental Commission, as well as the decentralized cooperation. The counterparts commended the traditional cooperation and reciprocal support established on international platforms.
The Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Armenia and India attached great importance to promoting multisectoral cooperation, particularly through the full use of trade and economic potential, deepening ties in the spheres of agriculture, pharmacy and light industry. In this context, the spheres of innovation and high technology, where the two countries have deep traditions and significant achievements, were highlighted as promising directions.
Foreign Ministers also touched upon the urgent issues of international and regional agenda.