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13.06.2017
First Meeting of “Analytical Council” Working Group Experts Held
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On June 13, the first meeting-debate of the Analytical Council working group experts moderated by Armen Ashotyan at the RA NA Standing Committee on Foreign Relations was held.

Experts on politics and security, representatives of analytical centres, the NA former deputies were involved in the newly created group.

Let us inform that the Analytical Council working group will function until the election of the National Assembly of the next convocation. The Council will have main members, and there will be also invitees.

Regarding the name of the group the Chair of the NA Standing Committee on Foreign Relations Armen Ashotyan noted that there will be recommendations connected with the name, which will be debated.

According to Armen Ashotyan, the working group can support the National Assembly with different thematic discussions and operative recommendations. Armen Ashotyan has stated that though the group members are bearers of different geopolitical looks, nevertheless the main goal of the group will be to get information and recommendations from the experts, which can be used by the parliamentary delegations.

The Council members welcomed the establishment of the group and presented recommendations and remarks.

Summing up the discussion, the Committee Chair expressed conviction that the initiative will be useful and effective.


13.06.2017
Ara Babloyan Receives Foreign Minister of Estonia
On June 13, the RA NA President Ara Babloyan received the delegation led by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Estonia Sven Mikser.The RA National Assembly President, welcoming Sven Mikser in the parliament, highlighted the expansion of multi-lateral and mutually beneficial cooperati...

13.06.2017
Armen Ashotyan: It’s Time to Give New Impetus to Visa Liberalisation Process
On June 13, the Chair of the RA NA Standing Committee on Foreign Relations Armen Ashotyan received the Head of the EU Delegation to Armenia, Ambassador Piotr Świtalski. Welcoming the Ambassador in the National Assembly, Armen Ashotyan has underlined that the relations of Armenia with the Europe...

13.06.2017
RA NA Vice President Arpine Hovhannisyan Receives German Bundestag Delegation
On June 13, the RA NA Vice President Arpine Hovhannisyan received the delegation led by the Member of Bundestag of the Federal republic of Germany Niels Annen.The RA NA Vice President has highly assessed the current level of the relations between Armenia and Germany, noting that they are active both...

13.06.2017
Ara Babloyan Receives NATO Secretary General’s Special Representative for Caucasus and Central Asia
On June 13, the RA NA President Ara Babloyan received the NATO Secretary General’s Special Representative for the Caucasus and Central Asia James Appathurai. Welcoming James Appathurai in the National Assembly, Ara Babloyan has documented that the relations with NATO are based on partnership.Accordi...

13.06.2017
RA NA Deputy Speaker Receives Ambassador of Georgia to Armenia
On June 13, the RA NA Deputy Speaker Eduard Sharmazanov received the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Georgia to the Republic of Armenia George Saganelidze.Welcoming the Ambassador, Eduard Sharmazanov documented with satisfaction the Armenian and Georgian peoples’ trad...



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