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Mr Armen GEVORGYAN (Armenia, EC/DA)

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National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia
AM - 0095 - Yerevan

Working language: English

Declarations of interests:
2024 , 2023 , 2022 , 2021


In the political groups

  • Member: European Conservatives Group and Democratic Alliance since 27/04/2022
  • Member: Members not belonging to a Political Group from 27/09/2021 to 26/04/2022

In the Assembly

  • since 27/09/2021 Representative - Armenia

In the committee(s) and sub-committee(s)

  • Second Vice-Chairperson: Committee on Social Affairs, Health and Sustainable Development (since 23/01/2024)
  • General Rapporteur on local and regional authorities: Committee on Social Affairs, Health and Sustainable Development (since 21/06/2022)
  • Full Member: Committee on Social Affairs, Health and Sustainable Development (since 27/09/2021)
  • Full Member: Sub-Committee on Children (since 01/12/2021)
  • Full Member: Sub-Committee on Public Health and Sustainable Development (since 01/12/2021)


Last speeches

23/01/2024 | 17:44:36 Madam Chair, Unfortunately, violence has become one of the main mechanisms for implementing the plans of not only terrorist groups and authoritarian states but also democratic governments. As the UN, Council of Europe, OSCE and other international organisations lose their relevance and influence, unacceptable forms of solidarity between authoritarians and democracy appear, which are often based on a union of arms and oil. Such solidarity is limiting the right of many nations to self... 22/01/2024 | 17:39:34 (Undelivered speech, Rules of Procedure Art. 31.2) Mr President, During the last World Forum for Democracy, in this very hemicycle, a conclusion was made, that democracies tend to experience peace, but transitions to democracy do not guarantee peace. I don’t know if this was a justification for the ongoing wars and ethnic cleansing in Europe, but this logic put the post-Soviet democracies geographically at the center of the confrontation between the Western and Eastern paradigms. As a result... 12/10/2023 | 20:16:08 (Undelivered speech, Rules of Procedure Art. 31.2) Dear colleagues, Let me start by reminding you an important provision from the Reykjavik Declaration: “We consider democracy as the only means to ensure that everyone can live in a peaceful, prosperous and free society. We will meet our obligations under international law”. The fact is that at this very time democracy have failed to help the Armenians of the Republic of Nagorno Karabakh. Real life has shown that human rights cannot be... 12/10/2023 | 16:42:45 Dear colleagues, I will reflect on two observations pertaining to the future of the Council of Europe and this Assembly keeping in mind the situation in the post-Soviet space. First, today, the Council of Europe presents our people with a rather dangerous choice to make between a genuine democracy and authoritarianism. Such a strange choice exists due to the fact that our organisation, is loyal to the coexistence of political regimes, like in Türkiye and Azerbaijan, under our common umbrella... 10/10/2023 | 19:24:39 Thank you. Dear colleagues, Over the past decades many member states, including my own, have looked up to France as a source of best practice of good governance, human rights protection and participatory technocratic process. But let me focus on one other issue, namely the human rights dimension in the foreign policy of France. Since the late 1990s, France has been a co-chair in the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, Minsk Group, which for two decades has tried to find a...