Georgia “has plenty of friends in Armenia”, says Usupashvili

Speaker of the Parliament of Georgia David Usupashvili
Speaker of the Parliament of Georgia David Usupashvili

Photo: http://sputnik-georgia.com

Yerevan/Mediamax/. Speaker of the Parliament of Georgia David Usupashvili and Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly of Armenia Hermine Naghdalyan discussed issues of bilateral relations and regional problems today in Tbilisi.

Hermine Naghdalyan heads Armenian delegation at the festivities on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of Georgia’s Independence Day.

“We are friends, not just neighbours,” said she. “Political elite and the people of Armenia congratulate Georgia sincerely and with all their heart.”

According to her, the peoples of the two countries “defended their right for independence and freedom in difficult historical circumstances, having suffered many hardships”.

“Armenian people are standing beside Georgian. Any shocks in the region reflect on each of us immediately,” noted Deputy Speaker of Armenian Parliament.

David Usupashvili stressed that Georgia “has plenty of friends in Armenia”.

“All who deal with problems of our region understand the importance of peace and stability here,” observed Georgian Speaker.


Dear visitors, You can place your opinion on the material using your Facebook account. Please, be polite and follow our simple rules: you are not allowed to make off - topic comments, place advertisements, use abusive and filthy language. The editorial staff reserves the right to moderate and delete comments in case of breach of the rules.

Editor’s choice