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Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Bulgaria to the Republic of Armenia visits the Armenian Police (VIDEO and PHOTOS)

23.01.2017 15:43 Official news
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Bulgaria to the Republic of Armenia visits the Armenian Police (VIDEO and PHOTOS)

On Monday, January 23 Head of Police of the Republic of Armenia, Police Col. Gen. Vladimir Gasparyan received Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Bulgaria to the Republic of Armenia, H.E. Mrs. Maria Pavlova Tzotzorkova.
Greeting the guest, Vladimir Gasparyan highlighted the importance of the cooperation between the law-enforcement bodies of the two countries, and assured of the willingness of the Armenian Police to take substantial steps in this direction.
Expressing her gratitude for the warm welcome, Maria Tzotzorkova touched upon the necessity of exchange of experience between the two police structures.
Presenting the results of the Armenian police reforms, Vladimir Gasparyan stated that the performance of law enforcement agencies is highly dependent upon the international partnership, especially when it comes to combating modern challenges.
Mrs. Maria Pavlova Tzotzorkova assured of the Embassy’s willingness promote closer cooperation between police structures of the two countries.
The meeting agenda also included other issues of mutual interest.