Polish, Armenian FMs seal cooperation memo
Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski and his Armenian counterpart Edward Nalbandian sealed here on Monday a cooperation memorandum forging closer ties between both countries in the fields of commerce, science and education, Xinhua reported.
At a following press conference the two ministers stressed that the act confirmed the close ties between their countries.
Armenia and Poland had had good relations for the past thousand years and that both countries "had undergone much suffering over history," Sikorski was quoted by Polish news agency PAP as saying.
Referring to political tension in Armenia's region, Sikorski said Armenia was in an area which needed stabilization and that Poland "wanted to play a role in this mission."
The evening of February 17, Nalbandian will depart for Prague, where he will meet with Foreign Minister of the Presidency of the EU the Czech Republic Karel Schwarzenberg and chairman of the Senate Premyslom Sobotka.