Armenia Could Expect Little from the Riga Summit
May 27, 13:00

Following the EU Eastern Partnership Summit in Riga, Brussels and Yerevan confirmed their readiness to continue the dialogue for visa facilitation and development of a new agreement, say the Armenian participants of the recent Eastern Partnership Civil Forum in Riga. The joint declaration signed during the May 21-22 Riga Summit reaffirms the European Union will go on to dialogue with “eastern partners” in a more differentiated fashion. Experts and EU officials describe the process as natural since the Eastern Partnership states are at different integration stages with the EU. At a press conference in Riga, Johannes Hahn, Commissioner for European Neighborhood Policy & Enlargement Negotiations, restated the EU’s determination to shift to a more differentiated policy.

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