A number of non-parliamentary political forces of Armenia are in active political consultations, News.am reported citing the newspaper "Haykakan Zhamanak".
"The head of the Union for National Self-Determination, Paruyr Hayrikyan, is the organizer of the meetings," the newspaper said.
Hayrikyan, confirming the information on the consultations, explained that the meetings are attended by representatives of seven powers: the Union for National Self-Determination, the "Heritage" party, the Armenian National Movement, the "Free Democrats" party, the Founding Parliament, the Conservative Party and the "Democratic Homeland" party.
He said that the meetings started on Feb. 9.
"They are consultative in nature, and we yet don't have a program of actions. In the future, you will get familiar with them [actions] through statements. We are slowly but consistently trying to develop common approaches," said Hayrikyan, according to the newspaper.