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The EU started negotiations with Tbilisi, Baku and Yerevan on signing associative agreement2009-12-11 18:21
The European Commission started negotiations with Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia on signing associative agreement between these three states, stated Hans Gunnar, the ambassador of Sweden in South Caucasus countries, at the briefing devoted to Swedish chairmanship in the EU - PanARMENIAN.Net.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He added that in the Council of the EU the discussions of simplification of visa regime of the EU countries with Armenia have already started.
According to the ambassador, simplification of visa regime by the six Eastern partners of the EU is one of the Eastern Partnership initiative components.
He reminded that in the course of the Swedish presidency the EU cancelled visa regime with Macedonia, Serbia and Montenegro. He added that visa regime with Armenia can also be changed, but in the future.
The EU presented the official Yerevan the pre-requisites. When the country complies with them, negotiations to sign agreement on establishment of a free trade zone will be started, he said.