Armenia and the EU

What does 2017 bring for Armenia?

Parliamentary elections, signing of an agreement with the EU and significant drop in the standard of living are among the most memorable things for Armenia in 2017, politicians and experts said in an interview with Vestnik Kavkaza, summing …

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Does Armenia give up on its nuclear power plant?

Next summer the Metsamor Nuclear Power Plant will stop for two months for activities on its lifetime extension. Another four months - before and after a complete stop - the station will work at half load. Russia's Rosatom together …

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Armenia no longer likes EEU

During three years of Armenia's membership in the EEU, there has been a significant regression in a number of socioeconomic spheres, Yerevan says

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European verdict for Armenian NPP

An energy crisis may break out in Armenia in the near future: the European Union demanded to close the Metsamor Nuclear Power Plant in Armenia in exchange for cooperation.

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Armenia wants to leave Russia for EU

In Armenia, the results of a survey on Russian-Armenian relations conducted by the Center for Globalization and Regional Cooperation  were announced. They turned out to be unexpected. Thus, 50.67% of Armenians believe that the …

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 Between Russia and US: Armenia discusses its sovereignty

Armenia decided to try its hand in rivalry, which has intensified recently to catastrophic proportions and taken the form of a cold war. A reason for this became an interview of the US Ambassador to Armenia, Richard Mills, to the Radio …

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 EU plans to sign agreement with Armenia - media

The agreement initialed between Armenia and EU will probably be signed during the Eastern Partnership Summit to be held in Brussels in November, the head of the European Parliament delegation, Heidi Hautala, said. …

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