“Armenia-EU New Framework Agreement: What Results Should Be Expected from the Completed Negotiations?”
March 2, 12:00

A discussion entitled “Armenia-EU New Framework Agreement: What Results Should be Expected from the Completed Negotiations?” was held at Media Center. 

On February 27, after the meeting with Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, in Brussels, Serj Sargsyan stated that the negotiations on Armenia-EU new framework agreement were completed. 

Hovhannes Igityan, Former Chairman of the Standing Committee on Foreign Relations of the National Assembly, said that the negotiations over this agreement lasted for 4 years for two reasons.

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