“The Future of Eastern Partnership: Challenges and Perspectives”
September 25, 12:00

In autumn 2017, the signing of Armenia-EU Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement is expected which will give Armenia an opportunity to stand firmer on the political course of the European integration. Recalling the experience of 2013 when President Serzh Sargsyan refused to sign the agreement with the European Union within the framework of the Eastern Partnership at the last moment and prefered to become a part of Russia's dominant Customs Union, many people in Armenia are concerned that the same can be repeated in 2017.

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