During the question-and-answer session between the Parliament and the Government, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia Ararat Mirzoyan was asked about the topics discussed in the Armenian-Iranian relations, as well as during his meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iran Hossein Amir-Abdollahian.
“Our bilateral agenda is very rich. Some projects are completed or are currently underway or perhaps incomplete. Here we have the opportunity to have a specific conversation about the continuation of these programs, to start new ones.
We have discussed the construction of a new high-voltage project, the signing of an agreement on the extension of our gas and electricity exchange program, the negotiations on the Meghri HPP, and many other serious projects related to transport routes, including with the involvement of Iranian companies.
That visit and our conversation referred not only to bilateral relations, but also had a regional significance and very specific context. In this regard, I welcome Iran's position on the inviolability of our borders, in general, all the positive signals we receive in this regard.
Of course, we talked about the so-called ‘Zangezur Corridor’, that is, in fact, about the absence of that conversation. We have proved that there is no such topic, and there can be no such topic,” Mirzoyan said.