Armenian prime minister Nikol Pashinyan, and Georgian prime minister Mamuka Bakhtadze held informal talks in the Georgian town of Bolnisi on Tuesday (15 January).
Very little information was released by either side, but official sources said that two "exchanged views on a number of issues on the bilateral agenda".
Bakhtadze took the opportunity to congretulate Nikol Pashinyan who yesterday was formally appointed again as prime minister following his party's landslide victory in parliamentary elections on 9 December.
photo: Georgian prime minister Mamuka Bakhtadze welcoming Armenian prime minister Nikol Pashinyan at the Georgian town of Bolnisi on 15 January 2019 (picture courtesy of the press service of the government of Armenian).
Five ships from Standing NATO Maritime Group Two (SNMG2) participatied in the annual Romanian-led naval exercise Sea Shield in the Black Sea April 5-13.
The newspaper claims that the leaders summit in Vienna on 29 March ended in an "impasse". "However, both sides managed to achieve some positive changes in Moscow", according to Kommersant