published: 30.01.2014, 13:52 | updated: 30.01.2014 13:55:23
Prague - Czech President Milos Zeman can see untapped potential in Czech-Armenian economic cooperation, which is why he accepted the invitation to visit Armenia his Armenian counterpart Serzh Sargsyan extended to him in Prague today, he told the media.
He said he will go to Armenia together with a strong delegation of Czech entrepreneurs.
The Zeman-Sargsyan meeting was attended by ministers of the new Czech cabinet that Zeman appointed on Wednesday.
Bilateral agreements were signed on the occasion of Sargsyan´s visit today, including a customs cooperation memorandum.
Invited by Zeman, Sargsyan is visiting the Czech Republic from Wednesday to Friday.
He and Zeman will have a joint dinner at Prague Castle tonight.
Former Czech foreign minister Karel Schwarzenberg (TOP 09), too, said on a visit to Armenia a year ago that it is necessary to enhance bilateral trade.
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