The relations between the EU and Armenia are developing in a trustful and comprehensive way. Both sides are committed to democratic principles, the rule of law, human rights and a reform agenda. 

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    Andrea Wiktorin   Ambassador, Head of the Delegation of the European Union to Armenia
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    Andrea Wiktorin, Ambassador, Head of the Delegation of the European Union to Armenia

Message from the Ambassador

To represent the European Union in Armenia is both an honour and a pleasure for me. Together with my colleagues in the Delegation, I am committed to further develop and strengthen the EU-Armenia relations and cooperation for the benefit of the people of Armenia and the EU.  

The Armenia-EU Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement (CEPA), which entered into force on 1 March 2021, provides long-term basis for deepening EU-Armenia relations. In close cooperation with our Armenia partners, we strengthen rule of law, judiciary and cooperation in various fields. We work together to improve Armenia’s business environment and create new opportunities in trade and investments.  

Together with Armenia, the EU aims at creating opportunities for young people to study, work, be a full member of society and fulfil their potential. In our programmes like Erasmus+, EU4Youth, EU4Business, innovation and others, many young Armenians have already benefited from the EU support. With Team Europe, we continue providing support to Armenia in its fight against COVID 19 pandemic. An important part of our work is cooperation with the civil society and the business community of Armenia.  

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