Armenia Should Ensure Maximum Integration With Georgia, Turkey, Iran And Azerbaijan, PMAug 1st, 2012 | Category: About, Lead Article
By Martin Danielian
YEREVAN, August 1 — On July 31 The Prime Minister of Republic of Armenia Tigran Sargsyan had a meeting with students of «Luys » foundation in «Ayb» high school in Yerevan, Mediamax informs.
During the meeting the Primier stated that «Armenia should make every effort to ensure maximum integration with its neighbors — Georgia, Iran, Turkey and Azerbaijan».
According to Tigran Sargsyan the issue of normalization of relations with Azerbaijan and Turkey is a difficult one, so the efforts must be concentrated on the best organization on the best organization of internal resources and the potential of the “Armenian world”".
As Armenians all over the world can ensure development of Republic of Armenia new tools should be created allowing to unite them.
The Prime Minister stressed that the lack of diplomatic relations with Azerbaijan and Turkey, as well as international sanctions against Iran have negative impact on situation in Armenia, and first of all such situation hits the country`s economy and increases political risks. According to the PM this objective reality should be taken into account while discussing the country`s economic model.