“It is a very special day and I am delighted to be here as the British foreign minister representing the United Kingdom. We have very close relationship between Armenia and the UK, and we wanted to grow even stronger,” the UK Minister of State for Europe and the Americas Alan Duncan told Panorama.am at the official reception followed by the swearing-in ceremony of Armenia’s new president.
To note, Armen Sargsyan was sworn in as the fourth President of Armenia as today’s special sitting convened by the Armenian National Assembly at Karen Demirchyan Sports and Concerts Complex.
EU Ambassador to Armenia Piotr Switalski on his turn pointed to the importance of the ceremony for a “an ancient country with very rich traditions enjoying independence and inaugurating a new term for a new president.”
I want to congratulate all Armenian people on the inauguration of the new President of the country. This is a good time for the Armenian people and the government to make a new start for the prosperity of this country,” Japanese Ambassador to Armenia Ambassador of Japan to Armenia Eiji Taguchi told Panorama.am reporter.
In the Ambassador’s words, both the Embassy and the Japanese government supports the new sage of the Armenian government.