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Students of the Yerevan State University (YSU) are launching a Pan- Armenian Students Movement "Armenia in Europe," says a statement by YSU students.
The movement initiators highly appreciate the current level of European integration, simultaneously expressing concern over the geopolitical processes and challenges to stability and security of the country. They say that the Movement aims to meet the above challenges.
"Being committed to the European system of values, realizing the role of the youth in creation of the country's future and basing on the necessity of Armenia's integration into Europe and development of real democracy, we decided to create a movement 'Armenia in Europe.' We urge all the youth organizations who believe in the European future of Armenia and are ready to fight for that goal to join our initiative and efficiently implement our common goals," the statement reads.
Arthur Ghazinyan, Director of the YSU Center for European Studies, told ArmInfo that Movement initiators will announce a press conference on October 11 to introduce specific programs and an action plan.