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22.07.2022
In Armenian-Turkish Relations Any Precondition Put Forward by the Turkish Side is Unacceptable for Armenia: Eduard Aghajanyan
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On July 22, the Chair of the RA NA Standing Committee on Foreign Relations Eduard Aghajanyan and the Chair of the European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET) David McAllister, who had arrived in Armenia on regional visit, had a joint press conference.

Eduard Aghajanyan highlighted the meetings of the Delegation led by the Chair of the European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET) David McAllister with the RA Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, the NA President Alen Simonyan, the NA Vice President Ruben Rubinyan, the members of the NA Standing Committee on Foreign Relations and the representatives of the political forces in parliament. According to him, during the meetings the modern regional problems, particularly, during the post-war period the developments in the context of the Armenian-Azerbaijani, Armenian-Turkish relations, the problems combining them the ways of solutions, as well as the issues of the return of Armenian prisoners of war, the protection of historical-cultural heritage and other numerous issues.

As Eduard Aghajanyan has assured, the positive activities of the European Parliament and the influence on the given processes were recorded, particularly, concrete statements and resolutions, which relate to the Armenian cultural heritage in Nagorno Karabakh, the statement regarding prisoners of war being held in Azerbaijan by the European Parliament have been singled out. The Armenian side has recorded them, and it is thankful to his European colleagues for this principled and objective position.

The Chair of the European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs David McAllister also emphasized the held meetings, stressed the importance of the issues discussed during that period. He also underscored the active role of the European Parliament in the work for the solution of the regional problems.

David McAllister reminded that the European Parliament called on the two countries to return prisoners of war. The Chair of the European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs also noted that the Council of Europe would continue to be in contact with their Armenian colleagues in any case.

Answering to the journalist’s question, the Chair of the RA NA Standing Committee on Foreign Relations Eduard Aghajanyan has noted that the position of the Armenian side has not been changed in the Armenian-Turkish relations, and any precondition is unacceptable for the Armenian side.


22.07.2022
Eduard Aghajanyan Meets with Delegation Led by David McAllister
On July 22, the Chair of the RA NA Standing Committee on Foreign Relations Eduard Aghajanyan and the Committee member Maria Kaapetyan met with the Delegation led by the Chair of the European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET) David McAllister.Welcoming the guests in parliament, Eduard ...

22.07.2022
Ruben Rubinyan Receives Delegation Led by Chair of European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs
On July 22, the Vice President of the National Assembly of Armenia Ruben Rubinyan received the Chair of the European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs David McAllister and the Delegation led by him arrived in Armenia on regional visit.The Chair of the RA NA Standing Committee on Foreign Rela...

22.07.2022
Deputies of NA Civil Contract Faction Meet with Delegation Led by David McAllister
On July 22, the deputies of the Civil Contract Faction led by the Head of the Faction Hayk Konjoryan received the Delegation led by the Chair of the European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET) David McAllister.During the meeting the procedure of the democratic reforms in Armenia was di...

22.07.2022
Members of NA Armenia Faction Meet with Delegation Led by Chair of European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs
On July 22, the members of the NA Armenia Faction Anna Grigoryan and Artur Khachatryan met with the Delegation led by the Chair of the European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs David McAllister. David McAllister informed that they would like to get acquainted with the viewpoints and proposa...

22.07.2022
Members of NA With Honor Faction Meet with Delegation led by the Chair of the European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs David McAllister
On July 22, the Head of the RA NA With Honor Faction Hayk Mamijanyan, the Secretary Tigran Abrahamyan and deputies Taron Margaryan met with the Delegation led by the Chair of the European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs David McAllister.Hayk Mamijanyan informed that recently he addressed t...

22.07.2022
Extraordinary Sitting of NA Council is Not Held
At July 22 at 10:30am in the extraordinary sitting of the Council of the National Assembly of Armenia relevant number of the Council members were not registered.The NA Vice President Ruben Rubinyan informed that according to Article 27.2 of the constitutional law the Rules of Procedure of the Nation...

22.07.2022
Alen Simonyan Receives Chair of European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs
On July 22, the RA NA President Alen Simonyan received the Delegation led by the Chair of the European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET) David McAllister.Alen Simonyan noted that the activities of the AFET aimed at strengthening of resistance in our region is important, adding that th...



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