Armenpress: Armenia will continue to be reliable, predictable partner in bilateral and multilateral relations according to government’s program

Armenia will continue to be reliable, predictable partner in bilateral and multilateral relations according to government’s program

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11:21, 14 February, 2019

YEREVAN, FEBRUARY 14, ARMENPRESS. According to the government’s Action Plan, Armenia will continue to be reliable and predictable partner in bilateral and multilateral relations, My Step faction MP Tatev Hayrapetyan said, adding that this reaffirms the promise given during the revolution that there will be no drastic turns in the foreign policy.

“In the foreign policy field there are concrete bars, issues and set of tools. From the very start it was stated that there will be no turns in the foreign policy because the main goal of the revolution was linked with the domestic events in Armenia. Armenia will continue to be and will be a very reliable and predictable partner in bilateral and multilateral relations. It will continue raising its international reputation which has greatly increased after the revolution”, she said.

The lawmaker noted that the government in its Action Plan has a very ambitious point regarding the negotiation process for the Karabakh conflict settlement.

“This Action Plan of the government has a very ambitious point, that is Artsakh’s return to the negotiation table. This point is difficult to implement, but is realistic in case of consistent work”, the MP said.

The Armenian Parliament continues debating the government’s Action Plan.

The debate launched on February 12 during which Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan introduced the Action Plan which was followed by a Q&A session.

According to the Constitution of Armenia, the Parliament approves the government’s Action Plan within seven days by the majority of votes of the total number of MPs.

Edited and translated by Aneta Harutyunyan







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