March 20, 2012
From Raffi K. Hovannisian’s Agenda of International Meetings
Yerevan―ACNIS founder Raffi K. Hovannisian today met with the IMF delegation led by IMF Mission Chief to Armenia Mark Horton. During the discussion, the interlocutors discussed the financial and economic challenges facing Armenia, the possibilities of a second wave of global recession, and Armenia’s role in the global economy. The republic's domestic challenges and pre-election environment were also discussed.
Later in the day, Hovannisian received French Ambassador to Armenia Henri Reynaud, and conferred with him on current regional developments, international priorities, and matters of concern to Armenia’s domestic politics.
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