Armenian Premier, Greek Foreign Minister hail trilateral relations with Cyprus


Armenian Premier, Greek Foreign Minister hail trilateral relations with Cyprus

Armenian Prime Minster Nikol Pashinyan, receiving Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias on 27 September, welcomed development of trilateral projects including Cyprus, the Prime Minister’s office reported. 

“Head of the Government emphasized the importance of the trilateral meeting of the foreign ministers of Armenia, Greece and Cyprus held in New York for jointly coping with challenges, ensuring stability and peace in the region, as well as expanding relations in different directions,” the press release says. 

Nikos Dendias, in turn, said that the meeting held in New York was effective and the discussions in that format will continue. 

Nikol Pashinyna, emphasized the international community’s “adequate reaction” for the withdrawal of Azerbaijani units from the territory of Armenia as well as prevention of any new aggression. 

The Azerbaijani aggression was touched on during Dendias’ meeting with his Armenian counterpart Ararat Mirzoyan. In his speech the Armenian foreign minster thanked Greece for its support to Yerevan and appreciated its position towards the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict.  

The Greek foreign minister, in turn said: “We believe in the inviolability of borders, and I am referring to the incidents that happened a few days ago following the shelling of Armenian territory, including inhabited areas by the Azeri military forces.”

Referring to “another revisionist power” – Turkey – in his speech Nikos Dendis also said: “I would like to send a clear message to countries that seek to redraw maps. And my message is that revisionist policies will fail.”