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Wednesday, 18 February 2009

RA Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan received a delegation led by EC Foreign Trade General Directorate’s Bilateral Trade Affaires Coordinator Eva Sinovich.

The parties discussed the process of drafting a free trade agreement under the Free Trade Regime with the European Union, as well as the possibilities for developing and expanding the cooperation under the Eastern Partnership Concept of the European Neighborhood Policy.

Ms. Sinovich said that a broad-based and long-term cooperation framework will be set up between Armenia and other partner States thanks to the Eastern Partnership Concept. The signing of a free trade arrangement between the Republic of Armenia and the European Union was emphasized on either side. Getting a first-hand view of Armenia’s current status and the preparation of the Agreement were said to be the main goals behind her fact-finding mission. She thanked the Armenian authorities for support and cooperation in this matter.

The head of the RA government said to be hopeful that once completed, this process will give a strong impetus to the reforms underway in our country. Ms Sinovich noticed in this connection that the Armenian programs are quite ambitious as the Government pushes ahead with its policy of encouraging and facilitating strategic investments, and this is highly appreciated by all its partners.

At the request of the guest, Tigran Sargsyan stated the priorities and the key points of his government’s anti-crisis program which are aimed at revealing and using Armenia’s competitive assets in each sector of economy. The Prime Minister assured that the government of Armenia is open for a dialog with the European Commission regarding the discussion of future action and cooperation programs.

August 2020