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EU insists on national dialogue in Armenia

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EU insists on national dialogue in Armenia

The EU urged Armenia’s government and leading political forces to overcome the continuing political turmoil in the state through a dialogue, RFE/RL reported.

“We continue to believe that it is imperative that the current situation is resolved swiftly and peacefully,” Maja Kocijancic, an EU foreign policy spokesman, told RFE/RL in Brussels.

“In this context, a national dialogue involving all political stakeholders remains crucial,” she said. “We support the consultations that are currently led by President [Amen] Sarkissian.”

“And more broadly, the European Union is looking forward to continuing to take forward the EU-Armenia agenda, which is based on the Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement,” added Kocijancic.

Kocijancic did not say whether the EU supports opposition leader Nikol Pashinian’s demands for the Armenian parliament to appoint him as interim prime minister and call snap general elections. Pashinian insists that this is the only possible solution to the cr...

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