Discussion: Europe-post Soviet states relations and new round of EU visa facilitation
May 26, 12:00

The intent of the EU visa facilitation process is to change the current communication atmosphere between Europe and Armenia though the visa privileges are offered only to certain categories of Armenian citizens.

Such opinion was expressed by Stepan Grigoryan, head of Analytical Centre on Globalization and Regional Cooperation, at the Media Center hosted panel discussion on Europe-post Soviet states relations and new round of EU visa facilitation.

The panelists included international experts Irina Sushko, head of the civic initiative ‘Europe without Barriers’ (Ukraine); Mariana Kuzio, member of the civic initiative ‘Europe without Barriers’ and Yakub Beneduchak, political analyst, ‘Friendship Borders’ EU project coordinator, representative of Stefan Batory Foundation (Poland).

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