ArmInfo. Bulgarian investors may consider Armenia as an appropriate platform to enter EEU and Iranian markets, Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan stated during the meeting with Bulgarian Ambassador Maria Pavlova Tzotzorkova-Kaymaktchieva.
According to Government's press-service, the Prime Minister stressed the need for reinvigorating the activities of the Armenian-Bulgarian Intergovernmental Commission.
"Bulgarian capital has the opportunity to engage in the free economic zone of Meghri. Karen Karapetyan went on to note that he could see good prospects of cooperation in the transport sector in terms of implementing multimodal transportations via the Black Sea- Persian Gulf transport corridor." He stressed.
Maria Pavlova Tzotzorkova-Kaymaktchieva said Bulgaria keen to strengthen relations with Armenia, noting that they could be bolstered by centuries of bilateral ties. Stressing the importance of developing economic cooperation, she considered it necessary to boost trade turnover mediating business forums, promoting new business ties and implementing investment programs. The Ambassador added that Bulgaria is ready to share its experience in different fields, including public administration and the agrarian reform.