ArmInfo. Being in Davos, RA Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan met with his Dutch counterpart Mark Rutte on January 25.
According to the press service of the Armenian government, during the meeting Karen Karapetyan expressed gratitude to Mark Rutte for the consistent technical and financial assistance provided by the Netherlands to the country, including through the international financial structures - EBRD, World Bank, IMF, and the Dutch group, of which Armenia is a member. The RA Prime Minister told his Dutch counterpart about the reforms implemented in Armenia, presented macroeconomic indicators and trends aimed at ensuring economic growth. Karen Karapetyan stressed that the republic's membership in the EAEU, cooperation with the EU and good relations with Iran create good conditions for the entry of Dutch companies into regional markets.
The interlocutors also discussed the possibilities of intensifying cooperation within the framework of the agreement signed last November with the EU on a comprehensive and expanded partnership. Karen Karapetyan to his interlocutor, the reforms implemented by the government of the RA in the sphere of agriculture. He stressed that in this sphere there are great opportunities for interaction. "We are extremely interested in applying the experience and knowledge of the Netherlands in the field of agriculture," said the head of the Armenian government.
Mark Rutte, in turn, noted that the Netherlands for the production of agricultural products are the second state in the world, and they will be happy to share their experience, being ready to take concrete steps in this direction.