Armenian prime minister emphasizes cooperation between central banks of EEU member states

17.09.2018 19:05
Armenian prime minister emphasizes cooperation between central banks of EEU member states

YEREVAN, September 17. /ARKA/. Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan received today the heads of central banks of the counties, which make the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), who arrived in Armenia to participate in the events dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the Armenian national currency, the dram.

Pashinyan’s press office said the prime minister greeted the guests and expressed gratitude for participating in the festive events. Pashinyan was also quoted as saying that despite the "velvet" revolution, the Armenian dram remained stable, which is important in terms of economic development.

He then attached importance to close partnership between the central banks of the EEU member countries for the development of financial markets and their economies.

The chairmen of the central banks of EEU member countries spoke about their activities aimed at further expanding their partnership, which will contribute to the development of their economies, including capital markets and deepening trade and economic ties.

There was also an exchange of views on the possibilities of making mutual settlements in national currencies within the EEU.

On the same day, at the 17th meeting of the Monetary Policy Council of the National Banks of the EEU, the Central Banks of Armenia and Russia signed an agreement on countering cyberattacks. -0-


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