YEREVAN. – The European Armenian Federation for Justice & Democracy is optimistic about signing Armenian-EU comprehensive and enhanced partnership agreement during the Eastern Partnership summit, Harut Shirinyan, Public Relations and Communications Officer at European Armenian Federation for Justice & Democracy (EAFJD) told Armenian News– NEWS.am.
The agreement is very important especially from the political point of view, said Harut, adding that “the EU wants to play an important role in the reform process and human rights in Armenia.”
According to him, the agreement is targeted at long-term perspective, and one should not expect results or progress in two days.
“We will closely monitor the provisions on Karabakh conflict. This especially relates to the wordings,” Shirinyan said.
The Eastern Partnership summit will take place in Brussels on 24 November. During the summit, Armenia is expected to sign a Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement with EU. Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan will attend the summit.