20 May 2002span> YEREVAN, 20 May (Civil Georgia)–The U.S. State Department’s statement on imposing sanctions on some Armenian firms suspected of helping Iran acquire weapons of mass destruction is an additional sign of increased pressure on Yerevan to revise its foreign policy priorities. Last week, U.S. State Department spokesman Richard Boucher said that penalties would […]

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