YEREVAN, March 10. / ARKA /. Armenian president Serzh Sargsyan and Serbia’s foreign minister Ivan Mrkic said today their governments were willing to preserve and develop the positive trend in bilateral relations during a meeting in Yerevan.
The parties emphasized the importance of high-level mutual visits which resulted in intensified bilateral cooperation in various fields in recent years.
The two men also agreed that there is a great untapped potential for cooperation in political, economic, cultural and other fields, as well as within international organizations.
Sargsyan was quoted by his press office as highlighting the visit in terms of the continuation of the high-level Armenian- Serbian political dialogue.
Sargsyan also spoke about the centuries-old friendship between the Armenian and Serbian peoples.
According to the president, the Armenian people remember with gratitude those seven Yugoslavian pilots who hurried to help Armenia after the devastating 1988 earthquake and who were killed near Yerevan in a crash.
The meeting also underlined the importance of close and mutually beneficial cooperation between Yerevan and Belgrade Serbia under upcoming Serbian chairmanship of the OSCE in 2015. -0 -