YEREVAN.- The priority document for the Government should be Armenia-EU Partnership Priorities, according to which Yerevan will receive a budgetary support of €160 million by 2020, Chairman of the National Assembly Standing Committee on Foreign Relations, Armen Ashotyan said. He took part in the third meeting of the interdepartmental commission for coordination of activities to ensure implementation of the Armenia-
EU Comprehensive and Extended Partnership Agreement and Armenia-EU Partnership Priorities .
Ashotyan expressed dissatisfaction dissatisfied with the management of the €160 million provided by the EU. "The EU does not finance the revolutions, it finances reforms, therefore, it is necessary to take appropriate actions," he said.
"The agreement came into force on July 1, today is September 20. And the commission just started, at last, to work, "Ashotyan said.