EuFoA publishes policy paper “An EU in Change: What effects on relations with Armenia?”
Today, European Friends of Armenia (EuFoA) published its latest policy paper “An EU in change: What effects on relations with Armenia?” on its website www.eufoa.org.
The paper aims at describing and clarifying the role the EU institutions have in shaping EU-Armenia relations. It analyses the current political and institutional changes in Brussels and provides guidance to decision makers and stakeholders on both sides.
“We argue that the train towards an intensified co-operation between the EU and Armenia is in full momentum and will not be significantly hampered by the internal political procedures of the EU. On the contrary, it is likely that after the inward-looking phase, the EU will have more of the tools at its disposal, which are necessary to live up to the promises and goals of the Eastern Partnership (EaP)”, says Secretary General Michael Kambeck.
EuFoA presented a preliminary version of this paper to the Armenian public at an international conference on European integration on July 14 in Yerevan. Feedback from NGOs, policy-making and academic communities is included in the paper. Finally, the content was also discussed with EuFoA’s Europe-Armenia Advisory Council, comprised of leading representatives from the political, business and cultural spheres from across Europe.
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