Crisis not over in Armenia - Greek official

Crisis not over in Armenia - Greek official

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia hasn’t handled the crisis yet, President of the Economic and Social Council (E.S.C.) of Greece said.

According to Christos Polyzogopoulos global developments spark fears over a new “tsunami” as crisis roots haven’t been eradicated yet. “We should always be alert, Armenia too, authorities of which took active efforts to withstand the crisis,” he said.

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