Election monitoring. Armenia


The country on the eve of elections. Deprived of access to the sea and penalised by the closing of its borders with Turkey and Azerbaijan,  Armenia has based its economic recovery after the crash of 1991-93 on some fixed points: a pro-Russian orientation in international relations, financial help from the wealthy Armenian diaspora and a focus on the manufacturing sector.

The country on the eve of elections. Deprived of access to the sea and penalised by the closing of its borders with Turkey and Azerbaijan,  Armenia has based its economic recovery after the crash of 1991-93 on some fixed points: a pro-Russian orientation in international relations, financial help from the wealthy Armenian diaspora and a focus on the manufacturing sector.

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