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Thu. Apr 25th, 2024

Vahagn Khachaturyan, the esteemed President of the Republic of Armenia, has embarked on a significant diplomatic journey to Iraq, marking a formal visit aimed at strengthening bilateral ties between the two nations.

Upon his arrival at Baghdad International Airport, President Khachaturyan was warmly received by Fuad Hussein, the Iraqi Minister of Foreign Affairs and Deputy Prime Minister. This cordial reception underscored the mutual respect and diplomatic goodwill between Armenia and Iraq.

During his stay in Baghdad, President Khachaturyan is scheduled to engage in high-level discussions with key Iraqi officials, including Prime Minister Mohammed Shia Al-Sudani and President Abdul Latif Rashid. These meetings are anticipated to focus on fostering cooperation in various fields of mutual interest, such as trade, culture, and regional stability.

In addition to his diplomatic engagements, President Khachaturyan will contribute to academic discourse by delivering a seminar at Baghdad University. This educational initiative reflects Armenia’s commitment to promoting intellectual exchange and fostering collaboration in the academic sphere.

The visit of President Vahagn Khachaturyan to Baghdad signifies a significant milestone in the ongoing efforts to strengthen the bonds of friendship and cooperation between Armenia and Iraq. It is expected to yield fruitful outcomes that will benefit both nations and contribute to regional peace and prosperity.

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