ArmInfo. On January 24, Chairman of the RA NA Standing Committee on Foreign Relations Ruben Rubinyan received Charge d'Affaires of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to Armenia David Moran, and Head of Political and Press Section Steve Dodds
According to the press service of the parliament, Rubinyan emphasized the importance of developing interaction between the two countries on interparliamentary platforms.
The chairman of the Committee touched upon Armenia's foreign policy priorities after the Velvet Revolution. He presented the position of the Armenian side on the peaceful settlement of the Nagorno- Karabakh problem, turned to ratification of the EU-Armenia Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement (CEPA) and liberalization of the visa regime with the European Union.
A number of issues in bilateral relations were discussed after the UK left the EU. The interlocutors also exchanged views on the situation in the Middle East.
To recall, yesterday the Queen of Great Britain signed a decree on Brexit, which will enter into force on January 31.