Joint investments in trade, mutual ethno-cultural relations, interest of Polish companies in the Armenian market – these and other aspects of relations between Poland and Armenia were met during the visit of Ambassador of Armenia to Poland, His Excellency – Edgar Ghazaryana.
In 1992, Poland established diplomatic relations with Armenia. In March 2010, the Polish-Armenian intergovernmental agreement on economic cooperation was signed, and thanks to its participation in the Eastern Partnership, Armenia was included in the list of priority countries for Polish development assistance.
“A tiny country in the southern part of the Caucasus. A small state with a great history “- so began lecture guest Tuesday lecture His Excellency – Edgar Ghazaryan. In the first part of the speech, the ambassador mentioned the history of the country, the history of Christianity as the first and most important religion, referred to the sacredness of the Armenian alphabet, and the visit of the Pope and his followers as key to religious and social integration.
In the second part, the guest highlighted the role and importance of economic growth as well as the cooperation between Armenia and the European Union, thanks to which the Ambassador’s society drew attention to the very good diplomatic relations with Poland – the long history of the Armenian Diaspora in Poland, resulting in the visit of representatives of the diaspora in March A year at the Presidential Palace of the Republic and a meeting with President Duda. This historic event has shown not only the respect of the Armenian authorities living in Poland, but also the very good relations between the Poles and the Armenians.
Lecture: “Poland – Armenia – mutual relations took place on May 23 in the walls of the WSH, at ul. Traugutta 61a.