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Armenian Prime-Minister has sent congratulation note to Vano Merabishvili
10:13 03.07.2012
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Tigran Sargsyan has sent congratulation note to Vano Merabishvili regarding appointment on position of Prime-Minister.

According to the Armenian government press-service, the Prime-Minister has personally and on behalf of the whole Armenian government congratulated Merabiashvili appointment on the new post. He emphasized that as a result of bilateral efforts, relationship between Georgian and Armenian fraternal people will become even closer, and new ways will be found for developing economic ties between the two countries too. 

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