EU Ambassador: Parliamentary Elections will Affect Armenia-EU Relations
January 24, 12:00

Armenia and the European Union are intensively negotiating over the maintenance and signing of the new Framework Agreement. Although the EU does not constrain with the domestic agenda of Armenia, the clean, fair and transparent conduct of the upcoming parliamentary elections can form a good environment for the further development of the cooperation. Piotr Switalski, Ambassador, Head of the EU Delegation to Armenia, said this during the press conference at Media Center, on January 24. 

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