YEREVAN — President Karolos Papoulias of Greece  has arrived in Armenia today for a two-day state visit at the invitation of Armenian President Serzh Sarkisian.

The Greek President visited Tsitsernakaberd to pay tribute and lay flowers to the memory of the Armenian Genocide victims.

Within the framework of the visit Karolos Papoulias will hold meetings with President Sarkisian, National Assembly Speaker Galust Sahakian and Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamian.

A signing ceremony of documents aimed at strengthening and deepening the Armenian-Greek relations will take place in the RA Presidential Palace followed by the joint press statement of President Sarkisian and President Papoulias on the results of the negotiations.

An Armenian-Greek business conference with participation of the two presidents is scheduled to conduct in Yerevan within the frameworks of  the visit. President Papoulias will also meet with the Greek community of Armenia.

Karolos Papoulias will also visit Garni Historical and Cultural Museum-Reservation in Armenia.

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