The conference is to promote the Eurasian Economic Union—which makes the answer obvious.
He’s moving the US closer to Russia—which has been Trump's aim all along. talkingpointsmemo.com/news/trump-law…
The EU requires that members uphold the principles of equality and rule of law. Nations that violate human rights are unwelcome.
(Facts from Timothy Snyder)
It wasn’t enough for Putin just to form his own club. He knew his EEU wouldn't be able to compete with Europe or the US . .
(The EEU has five members: Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, and Russia. Vietnam, Iran, and China have Free Trade Zone agreements. thediplomat.com/2018/01/rememb… )
Russia’s attempt to influence Brexit was part of its plan to break apart the EU.
Russia’s cyber attacks against the US (& installing Trump as POTUS) were part of the same scheme.
Glazyev, recall, was sanctioned by both the US and the EU for his role in Russia’s 2014 invasion of Ukraine. thinkprogress.org/why-is-rudy-gi…
What’s up with all the Russia-GOP love?
There’s speculation that the members of the GOP are shielding Trump from Mueller because they’re compromised and the Russians have blackmail material.
(Of course, both can be true. The fact that members of the GOP are working so closely with Russia. . .
But why would Russia blackmail close allies and associates?
What do I mean?
I mean that the GOP does actually have more in common with Putin than the Democrats.
Similarly, Fox news acting as a mouthpiece for the President (while getting rid of 'fake news') moves us even closer to Russia.
What is Giuliani doing at that conference in Armenia?
Answer: He’s helping Putin and Trump reach the goal of a Eurasian European Union to replace the European Union, with America as Putin's ally (or puppet. We'll see)