According To RPA Candidate’s Program, Armenia Is Interested In Regio

ACCORDING TO RPA CANDIDATE’S PROGRAM, ARMENIA IS INTERESTED IN REGIONAL INTEGRATION

Noyan Tapan
Jan 25, 2008

YEREVAN, JANUARY 25, NOYAN TAPAN. According to Armen Ashotian, a member
of the Board of the Republican Party of Armenia and the National
Assembly faction of the same name, only the preelection program of
one candidate contains dangerous approaches over the Nagorno Karabakh
problem. He stated this at the January 25 discussion of the foreign
policy provisions of candidates’ preelection programs, however did not
mentioning what candidate he means. The above mentioned approaches,
according to A. Ashotian, pose danger both due to their "amplified
character" and "purely agitation nature." Besides, as the RPA member
added, such an important problem as the international recognition of
the Armenian Genocide is not presented in that candidate’s program.

According to A. Ashotian’s observation, RA Prime Minister Serge
Sargsian’s preelection program mentions that Armenia is interested in
regional integration, but the process of that integration should not be
carried out at the expense of the state-national interests. A. Ashotian
affirmed that today Armenia is interesting for the world and in the
future will become more interesting especially in the circumstance
of construction of a new nuclear power plant and Armenia-Iran railway.

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