Diogo Pinto: “People in Brussels were Really Looking Forward to See Electoral Reforms Happening and This will Give a Lot of Hope and Energy to the Process”
Interview with Diogo Pinto, Director of European Friends of Armenia (EuFoA).
Mr. Pinto you have been appointed as a Director of European Friends of Armenia recently, thus, it’s interesting to know your plans as a Director of this organization. To your mind what will be the main challenge for you at this difficult period in Armenia-EU relations?
Let me try to answer connecting them, as the plans are connected to the challenges, of course. You said that these are difficult times, in terms of the relations between the EU and Armenia. I think it’s also frank to say, that there were even harder times. So, I think in terms of hardship we’ve been at the top and now we’re getting to a better situation. I’ve heard from both the Armenian authorities and the EU officials that negotiations on the new legal framework are going quite well. This doesn’t mean of course, that the new agreement will be signed next week.
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