Armenian PM, Lithuanian envoy discuss cooperation in IT sector

Armenian PM, Lithuanian envoy discuss cooperation in IT sector

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan met with Lithuanian ambassador Giedrius Apuokas upon completion of his diplomatic mission in the country.

Prime Minister Sargsyan thanked the envoy for contribution to strengthening of Armenian- Lithuanian relations, government’s press service reported.

The two men highly assessed the implementation of the joint programs in the fields of culture and education, whilst noting the unsatisfactory level of Armenian-Lithuanian trade and economic relations.

In this context, Ambassador Apuokas conveyed several Lithuanian companies’ interest in setting up cooperation in IT sector.

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