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Opening Borders

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  • Opening Borders

    Dear ArmenianClub Forum Members.
    Lately I read and hear lots of news opening borders between Armenia and Turkey. I don't have an opinion about this event. I am wondering if opening the borders means full scale of relations or just a certain areas , like transport goods, so forth and so on. I also heard in the news that people from Armenia going to work in Bolis. I would like to hear from you.
    Best Regards To All.

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    Well, welcome to the board (finally)!

    Yeah, the border issue certainly is a hot topic lately, and it can have a very good impact on Armenia's economy.

    Economists are saying that it should increase Armenia's production by a billion dollars, which is quite impressive.

    To answer your question, this does not mean full-scale development of relations (according to FM Oskanian). He was quoted as saying something along the lines of "Just because diplomatic relations have not been established between our countries, it does not mean that our businessmen can't work together, and products cannot be sold". He also said that it would be a small step towards EVENTUALLY developping stable diplomatic relations.

    It should be noted that everybody is talking about the opening of the borders as a sure thing that will happen in the very near future. Not so. Discussions are veeery preliminary and it might take a long time before it is implemented. Nevertheless, the fact that it is now considered possible is, if you ask me, a very good step for Armenia.

    What I do fear is the possibility of expatriation, but I do believe that measures will be taken until then to disallow such a thing.

    All in all, I consider it to be a very positive step for Armenia. An extra billion dollars can't do us harm.

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      Just reply


      Thank you very much for reply.
      Unfornutaly I am still having problems with ArmenianClub Forum program, probably it is me. Very diffucult to stay on the forum, I contacted to administrator maybe some flaws with the program itself , so far no reply.
      Any way, I thank for your reply my subject : Opening borders. I am building slowly my opionion about this event. This event or others to come , my focus is always will be on to Armenian Genocide. I strongly belive before Turkey recognize the Armenian Genocide should be no communication with the evil goverment of Turkey.
      This is my opinion so far.
      Best my regards to you.

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