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Agreement on cooperation and mutual security determines parameters of Armenian-Georgian relations for coming 10-15 years

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10:57 24.10.2001
text: Caspian news agency
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The Armenian President Robert Kocharian and visiting Yerevan Georgian President Edward Shewardnadze signed Agreement on friendship and mutual security signed between Armenia and Georgia.

Two other agreements and protocols on cooperation between the Justice Ministries of Armenia and Georgia are as well signed as a result of today's Armenian-Georgian negotiations.

The Armenian President Robert Kocharian said at today's press conference that the Agreement on cooperation and mutual security fixes the real level of interaction and determines parameters of Armenian-Georgian relations for the coming 10-15years . According to the Armenian President this document is rather serious, covering almost all spectra of relations between the both states. "I hope that we have good perspectives for deepening our relations," Kocharian said.

During today's negotiations the sides touched upon almost all spheres of bilateral cooperation, as well as shared opinions on international issues. Armenian President informed his Georgian counterpart about the Karabakh conflict settlement, while the Georgian President spoke about the situation in the zone of Georgian-Abkhaz conflict.

The sides as well discussed economic issues. Armenian president stressed cooperation in transport and energy spheres as of priority.