YEREVAN, February 28. /ARKA/. Armenia’s premier Tigran Sargsyan and Georgia’s president Georgy Margvelashvili who was in Yerevan for an official visit stressed the need for further development of bilateral cooperation at an official dinner Thursday.
The sides said the governments of the countries should make continuous efforts for increasing turnover and implementing joint programs, the press office of Armenian government reported.
Armenia-Georgia foreign trade turnover amounted to $151.9 million in 2013, an increase of 26.9% over the year.
The two countries have signed about 80 international treaties and agreements covering practically all fields of their relations. The main one is the treaty of friendship, cooperation and mutual security signed by the countries in October 2001. –0—