In the run-up to the Eastern Partnership summit, which is scheduled to take place on 24 November in Brussels, two questions have been pre-occupying the minds of those who are closely following events. The first question concerns a visit to the European capital by the President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, who for a long time was on the EU sanctions list. The second question concerns a more tangible component of the upcoming summit: will Yerevan sign the EU-Armenia Framework Agreement, consi...

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