Prime minister of Armenia;

Iran not perceived well without visiting Isfahan

"Considering the historical background of Isfahan that indicates the rich Iranian culture, it is not possible to perceive Persian culture deeply without visiting this city," the prime minister of Armenia said.

Iran (IMNA) – "This trip can help both sides to develop the relationships, and certainly wider dimensions of cooperation between two countries will be flourished," Nikol Pashinyan said.

Nikol Pashinyan visited Naghsh-e Jahan square and Imam Mosque on his first coming into the city. Masoud Nik Ayin, the Director General of protocol department of Isfahan governorate, provided the prime minister of Armenia and his delegation with explanations about Isfahan's tourist attractions and the history of ancient monuments in the city.

Pashiniyan also visited the Vank Cathedral and its museum. Then he went to Ararat sport club to meet the Armenians living in Isfahan.