On 20 October, the EU-supported Arbitration and Mediation Centre started operating in Armenia. The vision and statutes of the new organisation were presented at the launch event in Yerevan.
“The EU advocates and supports the introduction of alternative dispute resolution measures in Armenia, with a particular focus on arbitration. It plays an important role in helping to find quick and fair solutions to complex cases facing the business world,” said Andrea Wiktorin, Head of the EU Delegation to Armenia.
The event was also attended by representatives of the Armenian Ministry of Justice, the Central Bank of Armenia, diplomatic missions, international organisations, international and local experts in arbitration.
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