EU-Armenia Partnership Priorities includes points on Armenia’s digital economy.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia Edward Nalbandian and EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini signed the EU-Armenia Partnership Priorities in Brussels on February 21.
The document particularly reads: “Fostering the digital economy, including through the approximation of Armenia’s digital environment with the EU’s Digital Single Market, would be important for modernizing Armenia’s economy and society.”
You can find out more about the implementation of EU-Armenia Partnership Priorities here.
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