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Parliamentary questions
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3 January 2018
E-000006-18
Question for written answer E-000006-18
to the Commission
Rule 130
Louis Michel (ALDE)

 Subject:  Erasmus + and the European Union's neighbouring partner countries
 Answer in writing 

The Erasmus programme + is open to the participation of the Union’s neighbouring partner countries, including Armenia and Azerbaijan.

During the last OSCE Ministerial Council held in Vienna on 7 December 2017, Heads of Delegations attending the 24th Ministerial Council Meeting of the OSCE Minsk Group issued a joint statement in which they welcomed the restoring of high-level dialogue between the Azerbaijani and Armenian presidents, as well as the foreign ministers of both countries’ meeting in Vienna.

In order to work towards easing tensions and reconciling people, and to meeting the aspirations of all young people in Azerbaijan and Armenia, especially Nagorno-‐Karabakh, would it not be possible to extend the Erasmus +/Erasmus Mundus programme to university students from Nagorno-Karabakh?

Original language of question: FR 
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