YEREVAN. – Our objective is not to engage any country in the European Union Eastern Partnership (EU EaP) program, but to convey our track-record and share the success.
The Ambassador of Poland to Armenia, Jerzy Marek Nowakowski, noted the abovementioned at a press conference on Monday, as he reflected on the EaP.
In his words, those people are wrong who think that, with this program, they are attempting to “yank” from Russia the countries that are involved in the EaP program.
“This program is not intended for enlargement—both in political and territorial terms—, but it is aimed at being able to share our track-record, which was tested and is applied and is a vivid example for the present,” Nowakowski said.
The Polish ambassador added, however, that one should not speak in the past when it comes to the EaP program, since possible avenues for cooperation will be discussed in the upcoming EU EaP Summit to be convened in the Latvian capital city of Riga.
“Our goal is to make sure the closest relationship is established, and Armenia is brought closer to the European Union,” the diplomat stressed.
In his conviction, Armenia-EU political cooperation is possible.