Armenia in the EU or with the EAEU


 Even in Yerevan it’s not easy to sit on two chairs… Does Pashinyan need a “pivot” to the West? The Government of Armenia recently approved a two-year-old agreement “On a harmonized system for determining the origin of goods exported from the customs territory of the Eurasian Economic Union.” With this decision, Yerevan demonstrates its commitment to the EAEU – at least in the year of Armenia’s chairmanship in the Union. And although one could expect anything from Prime Minister Robert Pashinyan – otherwise why did they wait almost two years, the fact itself is very indicative. It becomes clear that…

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