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Friday, 14 December 2012

PM Receives Foreign Ministers Of Poland, Sweden And Bulgaria

Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan received Radoslaw Sikorski, Carl Bildt and Nikolai Mladenov, Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Poland, Sweden and Bulgaria.

Welcoming the guests, the Prime Minister first spoke about the prospects of EU-Armenia relations. The Head of Government noted that a top priority on the political agenda of our country is the successful completion of negotiations on a deep and comprehensive free trade agreement within the framework of the Eastern Partnership Program. The Prime Minister stressed that the aim of Armenia is to bring them to successful completion by the end of 2013.

“Our goal is to continue with the ongoing large-scale reform in Armenia that is supposed to further strengthen and develop the country,” Tigran Sargsyan said.

Appreciative of the reform program implemented by the Armenian government, the Foreign Ministers said the EU will keep on assisting Armenia based on the “more for more” principle.

Concerning the visa regime facilitation talks, the parties noted with satisfaction that a visa facilitation agreement is due to be signed between the EU and Armenia on December 17, 2012. Tigran Sargsyan advised that as decided by the Government of the Republic of Armenia, starting this January 1 all citizens of EU Member States will be able to enter the Republic of Armenia without a visa.

Speaking about the upcoming presidential elections in Armenia, the foreign ministers of the three European countries stressed the need for holding transparent and high-standard elections. The Prime Minister assured that the Armenian authorities have the necessary will and are determined to hold democratic elections in line with the international standards.

The parties discussed in detail the Nagorno-Karabakh peace process. Stressing that Armenia seeks peaceful settlement within the framework of the OSCE Minsk Group, the Prime Minister said Azerbaijan is not ready for constructive talks and keeps to the path of inhibition. In this context, Tigran Sargsyan pointed out that the Azerbaijani authorities are pushing ahead with the policy of military buildup and seem to be preparing the country for a war.

“The international community should express a clear-cut position on the matter, reflecting it in an international document, which should stipulate that international sanctions would be imposed on such conflicting side as might be attempting to resolve the conflict by force,” Tigran Sargsyan emphasized.

The interlocutors touched on other regional issues, including Syria and the new NPP project in Armenia.

May 2020