EU Opens Offices in Armenia, Azerbaijan


BRUSSELS (Itar-Tass) — The European Union (EU) has opened permanent offices in Azerbaijan and Armenia. They were inaugurated during visits to the South Caucasus countries February 4-6 by the EU Commissioner for External Relations and Neighborhood Benita Ferrero-Waldner and Slovenian Foreign Minister Dimitri Rupel, whose country holds the EU rotating presidency.
During the trips to Armenia and Azerbaijan, the officials met with national leaders and discussed prospects for the intensification of economic cooperation and ways in which the EU can help resolve frozen conflicts in their territories.

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