ArmInfo.And about. Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan received the Ambassador of South Korea to Armenia U Young-Geun. It is reported by the press service of the government.
According to the source, during the meeting, Pashinyan said: "We understand the importance of the continuous development of Armenian- South Korean relations, especially since we want to make a revolution in the economy of Armenia," the acting president said. premiere. Pashinyan also noted that the Armenian government is interested in implementing joint investment programs with South Korea. According to the acting head of the government, Armenia unilaterally freed the citizens of South Korea from the visa requirement and expressed hope that this would help strengthen ties between the citizens of both countries and increase tourist flows. Nikol Pashinyan, speaking of the political events on the Korean Peninsula, welcomed the steps aimed at reducing tensions.
In turn, the Ambassador of South Korea to Armenia stressed that his government is ready to share experience in the economic sphere, stressing that they are also interested in developing bilateral cooperation. He expressed confidence that the Agreement on the Promotion of Investments and Mutual Protection, which will be signed in Yerevan on October 19, will give new impetus to the expansion of business ties. Wu Yun Geun said that a number of South Korean businessmen are currently in the Republic of Armenia, studying the sphere of investments in Armenia and interested in the implementation of investment programs.
Nikol Pashinyan expressed confidence that the above agreement would contribute to the deepening of bilateral economic ties and an increase in the volume of trade. Acting Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia thanked the South Korean government for the technical assistance provided to the country, as well as for the assistance to the Syrian Armenians who emigrated to Armenia.
The interlocutors exchanged views on the Karabakh conflict. Nikol Pashinyan thanked the South Korean leadership for a balanced position on this issue.