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YEREVAN, March 30. /TASS/. Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan and speaker of the Russian State Duma lower parliament house Sergey Naryshkin discussed international and regional problems, including stability and security in South Caucasus and strategic partnership and allied relations between Russia and Armenia, the press service of the Armenian president said on Monday.
"Inter-parliamentary cooperation plays an important role in strengthening allied relations between Armenia and Russia," Sargsyan and Naryshkin agreed.
"Thanks to the activities of the inter-parliamentary commission on cooperation between Armenia’s National Assembly and Russia’s Federal Assembly, inter-parliamentary ties between the two countries have acquired a stable and dynamic character," the Armenian president stressed, adding that the commission facilitated the establishment of legal framework to ensure harmonious development of inter-state cooperation between Armenia and Russia.
Sargsyan and Naryshkin also exchanged views on the development of trade and economic relations in the context of new integration processes. They noted that the two countries had raised mutually beneficial partnership to a qualitatively new level. They agreed that their integration association should be used in the interests of prosperity of the two nations.