The EU Delegation continues its active collaboration with the Armenian government despite the current political processes leading up to snap parliamentary elections, the head of the mission said today, promising further support to the country’s democracy-building.
At a news conference in Yerevan, Ambassador Piotr Switalski also reiterated the commitment to make the dialogue more mutually beneficial, agreeing that the cooperation is not limited only to money, and financial assistance, but deals largely also with business development incentives.
He said that he expects the Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement (CEPA) to pave the way for a higher-level dialogue in the near future. “I believe the new government is well-aware of this opportunity,” Switalkski added.
The ambassador said they also expect the recently signed agreements with the new authorities to yield fruitful outcomes in the visible future.