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The European Union monitoring mission in Armenia (EUMA) has opened an operating base in Ijevan city, EUMA informed on X—former Twitter.

“HoM [(Head of Mission)] Markus Ritter together with Head of EU-Armenia, Ambassador Vassilis Maragos, Deputy Defence Minister Hrachya Sargsyan, & Governor of Tavush Province Hayk Ghalumyan cut the ribbon to the new EUMA offices in Tavush,” EUMA added.  

In August, EUMA had opened its second operating base in Syunik Province, in the provincial capital of Kapan.

On February 20, a 100-member EU monitoring mission with a two-year mandate was deployed in Armenia. The mission's official goal is to promote stability in Armenia's border regions, build local trust, as well as provide a favorable environment for efforts to normalize relations between Armenia and Azerbaijan.

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