The Armenia-EU Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement (CEPA), the ratification process of which lasted for about three years, is coming into force, Report informs referring to TASS
The provisions of the document signed on Nov. 24, 2017, will take effect from Mar. 1.
In a statement on the completion of the ratification process, the Armenian Foreign Ministry noted that the agreement brings bilateral relations between Armenia and the EU to a new level. The document regulates dialogue in both political and economic spheres.
The foreign ministry of the republic notes that it provides a solid legal basis for partnership, outlining cooperation in various fields, in particular, in the field of justice, security, economy, agriculture, education and science, culture, and healthcare.