Marxist party head says Armenia’s accession to Eurasian Union necessity

Marxist party head says Armenia’s accession to Eurasian Union necessity

PanARMENIAN.Net - Chairman of Armenia's Marxist party has hailed RA's possible accession to the Eurasian Union.

“This implies military and political integration,” David Hakobyan told a press conference.

In this context, the party head noted that the union is formed on voluntary basis, in contrast to the European integration, imposed on Armenia.

Mr. Hakobyan stressed the need for establishment of a new geopolitical center in the form of the Eurasian Union.

“Hegemony of Pan-Americanism is detrimental to the European and global civilization. Formation of a new geopolitical center in the form of a new union of post-Soviet states is a necessity,” he said.

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