Envoy acts as bridge between Japan, Armenia

Nov 19, 2012 Full story: The Japan Times

It didn't come as much of a surprise to Grant Pogosyan when the offer came to him from the Armenian government to become his home country's ambassador to Japan.

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“Liberalism”

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#1 Nov 19, 2012
Japan belongs at west. Same need to make and Armenia.

Armenia must not be pariah.

Armenia need to join eu-nato-euro.
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#2 Nov 19, 2012
european2012 wrote:
Japan belongs at west. Same need to make and Armenia.
Armenia must not be pariah.
Armenia need to join eu-nato-euro.
No they donít, and even if they tried, the Russians will not allow. At least not for a long time!

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Russia not have the right to decide for other countries.

Georgia had those problems with Russia, because was base on nation, was out of eu-nato, and not wanted to follow eu-nato politic, but wanted eu-nato to follow Saakasvili politic.

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