2017 - Facts and figures about EU-Armenia relations (Brussels EaP Summit).pdf

    The European Union and Armenia have concluded negotiations on a new bilateral agreement. The new agreement will take our relations to the next level and will provide a framework for the European Union and Armenia to continue working together for the benefit of Armenian citizens. The Comprehensive & Enhanced Partnership Agreement (CEPA) is modern, comprehensive and ambitious. It takes into account the new global, political and economic interests shared by both sides. The agreement will enable stronger cooperation in sectors such as energy, transport, environment and trade. STRONGER.

     

     

    About the Eastern Partnership
    The EaP was launched in 2009 to promote political association and economic integration between the EU and the six Eastern European partner countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine.

     

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