EU to start negotiations with South Caucasian countries

Negotiations between the European Union and the countries of the South
Caucasus on an association agreement between the EU, Armenia,
Azerbaijan and Georgia will start in July, Armenian Deputy Foreign
Minister Karine Kazinyan said, Armenia Today reports.

She recalled that the mandate for negotiations was approved on May
12th by the council of foreign ministers from 27 countries. The
negotiations will involve a wide range of issues, mainly political,
economic reforms, justice, and human rights.