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Armenian FM hosts members of EU technical assessment mission

Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan on Monday received the members of the EU technical assessment mission.

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Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan on Monday received the members of the EU technical assessment mission.

During the meeting the members of the mission presented the results of their meetings and visits held in Armenia so far, the Armenian Foreign Ministry reported.

The sides discussed the mandate, locations and other details of the EU monitoring mission to be deployed along the Armenia-Azerbaijan border in accordance with the Prague statement of October 6.

The purpose of the EU monitoring mission will be to support the restoration of security and stability in the region, the confidence building, and the work of the commissions on delimitation and border security.

“Highlighting the deployment of the EU monitoring mission, Minister Mirzoyan emphasized that its observations and analyses will play an important role in providing objective information on the situation to the EU member states,” the ministry said.

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