Posted on 17.05.2013 in Armenia, News

Armenian PM discusses investment programs with German businessmen

Armenia’s Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan received a business delegation led by Rainer Lindner, the Executive Director of the Committee on Eastern European Economic Relations of Germany.

Sargsyan expressed a hope that the German businessmen’s visit to Armenia will stimulate the deepening of bilateral economic relations, the Armenian Government press service informs.

“Germany is one of our primary partners in the economic domain. There are numerous successful bilateral programs,” the PM added.

In his turn, Lindner stated that the German side stands ready to carry out practical programs, and noted that they are interested in collaboration in several domains.

In this context, the German businessmen introduced PM Sargsyan their investment projects, and Sargsyan expressed willingness to provide respective assistance.

Furthermore, Rainer Lindner thanked Armenia’s premier for conducting a policy that is geared toward signing the Armenia-EU Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement. The German guests also welcomed the Armenian government’s decision to lift visa requirements for the citizens of EU-member countries.

The parties also discussed regional matters.