Yerevan - Marseilles new cooperation agreement to be signed

PanARMENIAN.Net - Yerevan Mayor Taron Margaryan held a meeting with Deputy Mayor of Marseilles Didier Parakian.

Dwelling on Yerevan-Marseilles cooperation areas and joint programs, Mayor Margaryan stressed the need to review the agreement signed between the two cities in the view of the existing potential and development prospects.

He expressed hope for a new agreement to be signed in the framework of his French counterpart’s official visit to Yerevan.

Mayor Margaryan further confirmed Armenian delegation’s participation in EU Cultural Capital 2013-Marseille celebrations.

Upon completion of the meeting, Yerevan Mayor invited Marseilles city administration representatives to partake in Erebuni-Yerevan celebrations due in October, Yerevan Municipality press service reported.

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