Debate: Crossroad of civilizations: Armenia’s choice
October 3, 17:00

“Crossroad of civilizations: Armenia’s choice” was the title of the debate organized by the Media Center.  

“The Customs Union will give the oligarchs an additional chance to go on with the same methods they are currently using. Nothing crucial will change in this sense. The culture of violence will be more developed in Armenia, which will strain the atmosphere of subjection, reduce the sense of dignity and bring our country to a place, where it will need a union, no matter – customs or economic one, it's only a political condition demanding to use the word in certain diplomatic and political arguments”, Hranush Kharatyan thinks. 

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