4. After Armenia has responded positively to the request for readmission, the competent Armenian diplomatic or consular mission issues, without delay, free of charge and no later than three working days, the travel document necessary for the return of the person to be returned, with a validity period of 120 days, regardless of the person`s willingness to return. If Armenia has not issued the travel document within three working days, it is deemed to authorize the use of the EU`s standard travel document for deportation (1). A stronger civil society: an independent civil society platform, made up of Armenian and EU organisations, will be set up to oversee the implementation of the agreement. 1. Where possible, the request for readmission contains the following information: 2. The readmission requirement under paragraph 1 does not apply where the third-country national or stateless person has only been in air transit through an international airport in Armenia. 3. Without prejudice in paragraph 2, the requesting state may apply for readmission within two working days of the person`s arrest (accelerated procedure) if a person has been arrested in the border region, including airports, of the requesting state after illegally crossing the border directly from the required state territory. webgate.ec.europa.eu/isdb_results/factsheets/country/details_armenia_en.pdf This agreement will continue to anchor the EU-Armenia partnership and will be based on our common principles and our strong commitment to democracy, human rights and the rule of law. “Requesting country,” the State (Armenia or one of the Member States) that makes an application for readmission pursuant to Article 8 or a request for readmission in accordance with Article 15 of this agreement; At the time of the application for readmission, hold a valid visa or residence permit issued by Armenia; or this period begins to run on the date of receipt of the readmission request. If there has been no response within this time frame, the transfer is considered agreed upon. 3.
Without prejudice to Article 7, paragraph 2, after Armenia has responded favourably to the request for readmission, the requesting Member State presents the european Union`s standard travel document to the person whose readmission has been accepted for removal (3). multilateral agreements and international agreements on the readmission of foreigners. 2. Armenia authorizes the transit of third-country or stateless nationals when requested by a Member State, and a Member State authorizes the transit of third-country or stateless nationals, if Armenia requests it, if further travel to other transit countries and readmission by the destination state is assured. 2. The enforcement protocols covered in paragraph 1 do not come into force until after the Section 19 Joint Readmission Committee has been informed.