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Armenia, China sign pact on technical, economic cooperation


19:57, March 29, 2013

YEREVAN, Armenia, March 29 (Xinhua) -- Armenian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey Manasaryan and Ambassador of China to Armenia Tian Changchun have signed an agreement in Yerevan on technical and economic cooperation between the two countries, the Armenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced in a press release on Friday.

The agreement foresees the construction of a Chinese school of regional significance in Armenia.

Within the frameworks of technical and economic cooperation between Armenia and China, a number of agricultural, public health and transportation projects have been implemented in Armenia with the support of the Chinese government.

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