CEPA anniversary: Armenian YEAs meet resident EU Member States’ Ambassadors

CEPA anniversary: Armenian YEAs meet resident EU Member States’ Ambassadors

December 21, 2021

On November 24, 2017, European Union and Armenia signed the Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement (CEPA). To mark this occasion, on 23 November, 2021 Young European Ambassadors from Armenia met the EU member states’ resident Ambassadors in Armenia, with the Head of the EU Delegation, Ambassador Andrea Wiktorin at the head.

The focus of discussions were bilateral relations between Armenia and with each of the EU member state present, as well as the scope of cooperation the Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement provides Armenia with.

Besides the discussions, Young European Ambassadors also had the chance to network with Ambassadors and represent the network, its activities, as well as the possible ways of future cooperation with Embassies.




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