“Foreign Policy in the Pre-Election Programs: New Vision or Old Approaches?” Discussion
March 17, 11:00

The political forces participating in the election campaign propose different approaches to overcome the current issues and challenges in the foreign policy of Armenia. 

The foreign policy section of most pre-election programs is devoted to Nagorno-Karabagh conflict resolution.   

That was the reason the speakers mostly drew the attention to this issue during the discussion entitled “Foreign Policy in the Pre-Election Projects: New Vision or Old Approaches?” held at Media Center on March 17.  “In terms of foreign policy, we propose a peace program. It refers to the urgent conflict resolution based on the proposed document. It is about compromises. It will enable to establish peace and open the Armenian borders with Turkey and Azerbaijan.  The lifting of the blockade and the establishment of peace will become the most powerful stimulus for the economic development of Armenia,” Vladimir Karapetyan, MP candidate of “Congress-PP” Alliance, said.

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