NATO Secretary General’s envoy holding negotiations in Armenia

Agency WPS
DEFENSE and SECURITY (Russia)
February 28, 2005, Monday

THE NATO SECRETARY-GENERAL’S ENVOY HOLDING NEGOTIATIONS IN ARMENIA

Armenian President Robert Kocharyan and Robert Simmons, NATO
secretary general’s envoy for the Southern Caucasus, discussed the
prospects of relations between the republic and NATO. Kocharyan’s
press service said that the parties raised regional problems and the
Karabakh conflict. (…)

On the program of individual partnership between Armenia and NATO,
Simmons noted that the timing of signing of this document depends on
the Armenian government. Simmons noted that relations between the
South-Caucasian nations and NATO do not contravene their relations
with other nations. Simmons noted that Armenia’s membership in the
Organization of the collective security treaty does not hinder the
development of relations with the alliance.

Translated by Alexander Dubovoi

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