NKR President Met with Observation Missions from 5 Countries
On 20 February President Bako Sahakyan met with the delegations from France, Germany, Austria, Spain, and the Basque Country.
Non-traditional Proposals on Ukraine and Karabakh
Despite the wish of the Trump administration to come to terms with Russia, the prospect of the U.S.-Russian relations remains vague.
If Azerbaijan Attempts Again, It'll Face Worse Consequences: Deputy FM
Azerbaijan’s actions prove that there is no alternative to the international recognition of Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, the deputy minister of foreign affairs Shavarsh Kocharyan announced.
EU-Armenia Negotiations Are Close to Completion
The French ambassador in Armenia Jean-Francois Charpentier expects that the negotiations on the new EU-Armenia framework agreement will end soon.
Zareh Sinanyan met with the members of the Geopolitical Club - Armenian Desk in Los Angeles
On February 9, 2017, Zareh Sinanyan met with the members of the Geopolitical Club - Armenian Desk in Los Angeles, California.
Use of Principles of Madrid Must Be Based on Self-Determination of Artsakh: Francois Hollande
The French President Francois Hollande is going to discuss the issue of the conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh with the Armenian president Serzh Sargsyan.
Zakharova: No Agreement on Meeting of Armenian, Azerbaijani and Russian FMs in Munich
There is no final agreement on the meeting of the foreign ministers of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia, the spokesperson for the Russian foreign ministry Maria Zakharova stated.
Strategic Assets Destruction of Which Would Restrain Baku
The Azerbaijani media do not hide their country’s intention to escalate the situation in Karabakh.
"Just Business" Approach in Weapons Sales is a Boomerang
On February 7 the Belarus Supreme Court rejected blogger Alexander Lapshin’s appeal against the decision to extradite him to Azerbaijan. He’s currently awaiting extradition, which could take place within a few hours (as his lawyer informed us).
Armenia: 25 year-old persistent and unfinished struggle for decolonization
After the collapse of Europe’s last empire—USSR and 25 years later from Armenia’s independency it’s still difficult to insist without ambiguity