ArmInfo. The visit to Georgia was promising, remarkable, warm, the most important issues were discussed, and also various bilateral agreements were reached, said the Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan in an interview to journalists.
Answering the question if important questions such as alternative to road from Georgia to Russia and energy corridor creation were discussed, the Prime Minister said that on the mentioned questions concrete agreements are reached. "I want to say that the visit was very remarkable, constructive and warm. We spoke about mutual relations and also discussed obstacles threatening them".
Karen Karapetyan said that the Armenian side proposed to look at the relationship, not only in terms of the two states, but also in the regional context: "For Georgian businessmen a special day in scheduled when they will come and discuss our proposals".
The Prime Minister informed that the issues of education of Armenians in Georgia were also discussed. "There was no such issue on which we would not understand each other, so we are happy with the negotiations. At the same time we noticed that much remains to be done. We are not sure that the next generations of our two states will have the same attitude if we will not be working on it today. In this sense, the visit to Georgia was promising".
Answering the question what Armenia will look like in 10-20 years, Karen Karapetyan noted, "It will be so that every Armenian, does not matter where he lives, would be proud of Armenia, as we have a right for that and a needed potential". He also added that it is necessary to have ambitious tasks, to believe, to help each other so that it was possible to proceed.