ArmInfo. Head of EU Delegation to Armenia, Ambassador Andrea Viktorin stated that she was impressed by the reforms that are being carried out in the legal sector in Armenia. She stated this on January 17 in an interview with reporters, answering the question of how she assesses the work of the country's government.
The Ambassador noted that the EU will provide all kinds of assistance to Armenia in this matter. "I believe that the situation is improving. However, there is something to work on, there are a number of reforms that need to be implemented. Until the rule of law is established in the country, human rights will not be fully respected. In December, a meeting of the Armenia-EU Partnership Committee was held in Brussels and both sides noted that there is certainly progress, however, we should not rest on our laurels, and should strive for new achievements, the reform process can be very lengthy. I see that the Armenian government is involved in this process, the same thing I can say about the EU, " Viktorin said.
The head of the EU delegation noted that she was very impressed with the reforms carried out by the government, as well as the efforts of the latter in the fight against corruption. When asked about the main obstacles that Armenia has on the path to democracy, the Ambassador noted: "Political will is needed to strengthen democracy in Armenia, and it exists. International structures of the EU, UN and various institutions are ready to assist Armenia in this matter. Now it's very important to carry out reforms step by step, and we are ready to render our assistance to Armenia. "