ArmInfo.Foreign Minister of Armenia Ararat Mirzoyan, who was on a working visit in Lodz, Poland, held separate meetings with his counterparts from Slovakia and Rastislav Kacer and Tanja Fajon.
As the press service of the RA MFA reports, at the meeting with Foreign Minister of Slovakia Rastislav Kacer, Mirzoyan congratulated Rastislav Kacer upon the assumption of the responsible position.
The interlocutors expressed readiness to develop Armenian-Slovakian cooperation in areas of mutual interest, as well as on international platforms. Ararat Mirzoyan and Rastislav Kacer also touched upon the development agenda of Armenia's relations with the EU. The Foreign Minister of Armenia briefed his counterpart on the security and humanitarian challenges following the Azerbaijani aggressions against the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Republic of Armenia. In this context, Minister Mirzoyan highly appreciated the role of the EU Monitoring Mission, stressing that the situation remains tense. The positions of the Armenian side regarding the normalization of Armenia-Azerbaijan relations and the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict were touched upon.
At the meeting of Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia Tanja Fajon and Arart Mirzoyan, a number of issues on the bilateral agenda were discussed. The interlocutors expressed readiness to undertake active steps to more effectively realize the existing potential of Armenian-Slovenian relations. The sides exchanged views on the deepening of cooperation on international platforms. The issues of mutual interest on the international and regional agenda were also touched upon. In this context, Ararat Mirzoyan briefed his counterpart on the situation resulting from Azerbaijan's maximalist stance and aggressive actions, and touched upon the approaches of the Armenian side concerning the establishment of stability and security in the South Caucasus. The agenda of the meeting included Issues on the activities of the EU Monitoring Mission in Armenia.