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Armenia will develop relations with the EU and the Eurasian Economic Union, and there are no conflicts in this regard, Armenia’s acting Nikol Pashinyan said in an interview with Russia 24 television.

“I think that we will simply develop the relations with our partners, of course, bearing in mind all our international obligations,” said Pashinyan.

As for the need to synchronize the Armenian law with EU standards, Pashinyan noted that democracy and human rights are priorities for Armenia, and democratic values do not need to be “imposed” to Armenia as they already exist in Armenian society.

“Armenia is a democratic country, and Armenia will develop in this direction,” he said, adding “there are no contradictions for our economic, political and international relations.”

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