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Lack of Armenia-EU Agreement Perspective Gives Ground Presuming, this Time again Armenia won’t Face Political Obstacles: Armenak Minasyants

Armenak Minasyants, expert of YSU Center for European Studies, alumni of the USA Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, is the interviewee of 168.am.
– After a two-year pause European Union and the Republic of Armenia launched negotiations on development of framework agreement. Despite Armenia’s membership to Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), European and Armenian officials claim, new agreement will have both economic and security components in the form of amendments. Against the background of revised Eastern Partnership Neighborhood policy, as well as Armenia’s current external and internal challenges, what do you think, what the parties may propose to one another? What …read more

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