YEREVAN, January 31. /ARKA/. Armenia and Czech Republic have signed number of agreements on cooperation during Armenian president’s visit to Czechia, the presidential press office reported Thursday.
In particular, the countries’ governments signed an agreement on cooperation in prevention of crime and an agreement about economic and industrial cooperation after Serzh Sargsian’s negotiations with president of Czech Republic Milosh Zeman.
The countries’ ministries of health signed an agreement on cooperation in healthcare and medicine. A memorandum of understanding was signed between Armenia’s ministry of emergencies and Czech ministry of interior for disaster risk prevention, fire-fighting and security of population.
Other documents signed were declaration on cooperation in environmental protection and a memorandum of cooperation on state revenues.
Armenia’s Sargsyan said after the signing that inter-state ties have significantly developed between the two countries.
The cooperation fields are healthcare, ecology, decentralized state, trade and economic partnership, culture, extension of business ties, tourism, and etc., Sargsyan said.
An Armenian-Czech business forum is held as part of the president’s visit to Prague.
Days of Czech and Armenian culture will be held in 2015 in Yerevan and Prague respectively, Sargsyan said.
The sides confirmed their intention to improve cooperation in international organizations, including UN, OSCE and Council of Europe and as part of EU Eastern Partnership. –0--