Artsakh Condemns Aliyev’s Vow to Derail Minsk Group Efforts on Karabakh

The foreign ministry and parliament of Artsakh have separately condemned the anti-Armenian remarks of Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev, who said that his government will thwart and derail the OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs efforts to find a settlement for the Karabakh conflict. Denouncing Aliyev’s use of “destructive, expansionist words,” Artsakh Foreign Ministry said on Friday that the Azerbaijani leader’s policy “is […]

Read more

Armenian Troops Return from Kazakhstan

The 100 Armenian soldiers, dispatched to Kazakhstan as part of the Collective Security Treaty Organization’s “peacekeeping” mission, returned home on Friday, Armenia’s Defense Ministry reported. As the current president of the CSTO Security Council, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan dispatched 100 troops to Kazakhstan on January 7 as part of the group’s so-called peacekeeping mission. Protests over a proposed gas price […]

Read more

Armenia Has New Proposal for Delimitation of Borders, Says Lavrov

Yerevan has made a new proposal on the process of delimitation and demarcation of the borders between Armenia and Azerbaijan, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told reporters on Friday, adding that Russia will convey the Armenia’s plans to Azerbaijan. “Just yesterday, I spoke to my Armenian counterpart who had new proposals, which we will pass along to Baku. We will […]

Read more

Yerevan, Ankara Pledge to Continue Talks ‘Without Preconditions’

Following two hours of talks on Friday in Moscow between Turkish and Armenian special envoys, Yerevan and Ankara have agreed to continue talks on normalization of relations between two countries “without precondition,” according to Armenia’s Foreign Ministry. The Russian Foreign Ministry, which hosted the first meeting between Turkey’s Serdar Kilic and Armenia’s Ruben Rubinyan was hailed as positive. ”The parties […]

Read more

Russia ‘Seriously Concerned’ about Armenia-Azerbaijan Border Tensions

Russia on Thursday voiced serious concern about the escalation of tensions on the Armenia-Azerbaijan border and called on the sides to refrain from using force. “We are seriously concerned about the aggravation of the situation on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border. We urge the sides to refrain from the use of force and to resolve all disputed issues exclusively through political and […]

Read more

Artsakh Reflects on Azerbaijan’s State-Sanctioned Armenophobia on Anniversary of Baku Pogroms

January 13 marked the 32nd anniversary of the Baku pogroms, during which the Armenian population of the city was forcefully driven out, in what was a continuation of the wave of ethnic cleansing by Azerbaijani authorities that began in February, 1988 in Sumgait and continued in Kirovabad, known as Gyanja. On January 13, 1990 a mass rally took place in […]

Read more

OSCE Wants ‘Lasting Peace’ in South Caucasus

The OSCE should strengthen efforts aimed at establishing lasting peace in the South Caucasus, OSCE Chairman-in-Office, Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau said as he presented the main objectives for the organization as Poland assumes the group’s chairmanship in 2022. “Following the cessation of hostilities in and around Nagorno Karabakh, we have to renew and strengthen our efforts aimed at establishing […]

Read more

Yerevan Wants Dialogue to Yield Establishment of Diplomatic Ties with Turkey

Armenia anticipates that the dialogue to normalize ties between Yerevan and Ankara will result in the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries and the opening of the border, which Turkey unilaterally closed in 1993 as a protest to the Karabakh war. The first meeting of the special envoys appointed by Turkey and Armenia is scheduled to take place […]

Read more

Death Notice: Kevork Jemjemian

Kevork Jemjemian KEVORK JEMJEMIANBorn in June 14, 1940, Aleppo, Syria Kevork Jemjemian, beloved husband, father, brother, and relative, passed away on Thursday, January 6, 2022. Funeral service followed by interment will be held on Tuesday, January 18 at 3 p.m. at Hollywood Hills Forest Lawn Memorial Park. He is survived by his:Wife, Violet JemjemianSon, Norair and Marine Jemjemian and childrenDaughter, […]

Read more

Aliyev Vows to Undermine Co-Chairs’ Karabakh Efforts, While OSCE Maintains its False Parity

Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev on Wednesday vowed that his government will continue to thwart the efforts of the OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs to address the Karabakh conflict, while the organizations chairman in office, using its traditional false parity, called on Armenia and Azerbaijan to refrain from the use of force. The latest statement from the OSCE Chairman in Office was […]

Read more
1 2 3 434