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MEDIA ADVISORY: presentation to the press of the results of projects for Armenian judiciary, law enforcement and academia

Yerevan 13 October 2017
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On Tuesday, 17 October, the Council of Europe and European Union will present to media in Yerevan the results of projects for Eastern Partnership countries, including Armenia.

The four projects carried out in Armenia under the Partnership for Good Governance[1] in 2015-2017, with a budget of 2.4 million euros. The projects have focused on improving electoral processes in the country, combatting ill-treatment and impunity, strengthening healthcare and human rights protection in Armenian prisons, supporting judicial reform as well as fighting corruption in higher education in Armenia.

The projects have been funded by the EU and the Council of Europe, and are implemented by the Council of Europe. In addition to these country-specific projects, Armenia also participates in 14 regional initiatives covering several countries.

 Factsheet on results of projects in Armenia
 Factsheet on results of regional projects in which Armenia participated

Natalia Voutova, Head of the Council of Europe Office in Yerevan; Hoa-Binh Adjemian, Head of Co-operation Section of the European Union Delegation to Armenia; Gagik Ghalatchian, Director of the European Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; and Tania van Dijk, Head of Division, Programming Co-ordination, Council of Europe (Strasbourg) will present the projects and reply to questions from media representatives.

The presentation will take place at 10:00 local time on Tuesday 17 October 2017, at the Marriot Hotel, 1 Amiryan str, Yerevan, language regime: English – Armenian.

Prior accreditation of media representatives is requested.  Media accreditation is through the Council of Europe’s Office in Yerevan, contact person for accreditation:  Anna SAHAKYAN +374 10 54 63 22


[1] Formerly named the Programmatic Cooperation Framework for Eastern Partnership countries