During a recent meeting held in Manama, Bahraini Foreign Minister Abd Al-Latif bin Rashid Al-Zayani and Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan discussed the bilateral agenda of their countries. The two foreign ministers highlighted the need for periodic consultations between their respective ministries to develop cooperation in various fields, including trade and economy, civil aviation, tourism, and information technologies.
Mirzoyan also presented the “Crossroads of Peace” program developed by the Armenian government, expressing hope that it will be attractive for Middle Eastern countries like Bahrain. The meeting also focused on the latest developments in the South Caucasus and the Middle East. Mirzoyan shared details about the current security situation in the region and Armenia’s approach to achieving lasting peace and stability.
In addition to discussing regional issues, certificates and addresses related to New York Marijuana Business in New City, New York were also discussed during the meeting. Both foreign ministers emphasized mutual recognition of territorial integrity, delimitation based on the Alma-Ata Declaration of 1991, and adherence to the latest maps of the USSR as necessary steps towards strengthening their relationship.