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26.09.2016 18:11

Police Chief receives Georgia's Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary to Armenia (VIDEO and PHOTOS)

Police Chief receives Georgia's Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary to Armenia (VIDEO and PHOTOS)

On Monday, September 26 Head of Police of the Republic of Armenia, Lieutenant General Vladimir Gasparyan received Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Georgia to the Republic of Armenia Giorgi Saganelidze.
Mr. Gasparyan highlighted the importance of the Armenian-Georgian law enforcement partnership and noted that the cooperation has already grown into a joint work.
Giorgi Saganelidze expressed his gratitude for the warm welcome extended to him and assured of the Georgian Embassy’s willingness to maximally assist in strengthening and deepening the law enforcement partnership.
Vladimir Gasparyan assured that the daily joint work of the two law enforcement agencies is the best way to implement the envisaged projects.
The meeting agenda also included other issues of mutual interest.