Deputy FM: Armenia-EU Association Agreement agenda formation 1st priority

Deputy FM: Armenia-EU Association Agreement agenda formation 1st priority

PanARMENIAN.Net - July 17 National Security Council’s Armenia-EU interdepartmental commission sitting focused on Q1 results, followed by the discussion of future Armenia-EU programs.

At the sitting, deputy foreign minister Zohrab Mnatsakanian stressed serious progress in Armenia-EU ties, noting formation of Association Agreement agenda as a first priority.

According to the official, this year EU will provide $15 mln in financial aid to Armenia.

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