Armenia Will Respond to the Undertaking of Its International Obligations by June, 2015
February 11, 12:00

Media Center, February 11, 2015: The Armenian government delegation is to make a statement regarding the 179 obligations within the UN Universal Periodic Review by June, 2015.

Today at the Media Center press conference representatives of civil society spoke on the upcoming session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva. Armenia will report to the council that the country obliges to address or acknowledge the obligations.

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