ArmInfo. Tensions in the region impede the expansion of economic cooperation between some of the PA BSEC member countries. On April 16, Vice President of the National Assembly of Armenia Lena Nazaryan stated this on April 16 at the 52nd meeting of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (PA BSEC) on culture, education and social issues.
She noted that this problem, like many other problems, can be solved by developing inter-parliamentary dialogue. According to the vice-speaker, the inter-parliamentary format of cooperation is appropriate for discussing and resolving regional issues. "The authorities consider inter-parliamentary cooperation as an opportunity to increase the level of security between the PA BSEC member countries. This is an excellent opportunity to lay the foundations for building relations based on mutual understanding," she said.
Nazaryan also noted that the authorities of the country intend to carry out an economic revolution. "In realizing our goal of realizing the economic revolution, we pay a lot of attention to stimulating investments. In Armenia, after the revolution, the authorities carry out reforms in a number of sectors. In particular, the judicial system is being reformed, the security system is being strengthened, the pension system is also being reformed, "the vice-speaker concluded.