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    Armenia and Norway Sign Agreement on Re-Admission
    12:48 - 30.01.10

    On January 29, while in Oslo for a brief official visit, Armenian
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Edward Nalbandian met with his Norwegian
    counterpart, Jonas Gahr Store.

    Over a business lunch, the two foreign ministers discussed steps taken
    toward developing bilateral relations, as well as regional and
    international issues.

    Store shared with Nalbandian his country's foreign policy and his
    experience in cooperation between Scandanavian countries, noting that
    it could also be applied in other regions. In this context, Nalbandian
    placed emphasis on one of the world's leaders in hydrocarbon reserves
    and one of the world's most peaceful countries, Norway's policies and
    activities toward reinforcing international security, saying that it
    can set an example for other countries.

    Nalbandian, in turn, shared with Store the main goals and aims of
    Armenia's foreign policy, as well as efforts toward establishing
    security and stability in the Caucasus, steps taken toward
    `co-habiting' with the European family, the latest developments in the
    Nagorno-Karabakh conflict settlement process, the Armenian president's
    initiative in establishing relations between Armenia and Turkey and
    other efforts in that regard.

    Near the end of the meeting, Nalbandian and Store signed an Agreement
    on Re-Admission between Norway and Armenia.

    As announced by the RA Ministry of Foreign Affairs press office, a
    joint press release was issued as a result of the meeting.

    From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress