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Armenian opposition party leader holds meetings in Brussels – newspaper

07:55, 01.05.2012 Region: Armenia Theme: Politics

YEREVAN. – Armenia’s opposition Republic Party Chairman Aram Sargsyan confirmed to having headed to Brussels on a business trip, together with Fact-Finding Group’s former representative Andranik Kocharyan, and MFA NATO Department’s former Chief Marta Ayvazyan, Zhamanak daily writes.

“Aram Sargsyan informed Zhamanak that they had impressive meetings with senior NATO officials [and] also met with European officials. 

To Zhamanak’s question as to the purpose of the Brussels visit, its results, and his future plans, Aram Sargsyan promised to reflect [on them] immediately following [Armenia’s] National Assembly elections,” Zhamanak writes.

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