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Armenia --HAK member Vladimir Karapetian at the Friday press club, Yerevan, 09Apr2012

Karabakh Negotiations Reach Deadlock, Says Armenian Opposition

The peace talks to resolve the Karabakh conflict have reached an impasse, an opposition party representative in Armenia argued on Thursday, reacting to the latest meetings of diplomats and statements made by international mediators.

Armenia - A soldier with a machine gun at an Armenian army outpost on the border with Azerbaijan, 27Nov2013.

Karabakh Peace Brokers Concerned About ‘Targeted Killings of Civilians’

International mediators brokering a solution to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict have expressed their ‘serious concern’ about the increase in tensions and violence, including “the targeted killings of civilians”, along the Line of Contact and the Armenian-Azerbaijani border.

Azerbaijan -- Azerbaijani and Russian national flags fly outside the facade of one of Flame Towers in Baku, 09Jul2012

Armenia Deems Azerbaijan’s Membership In Eurasian Union Unlikely

Armenia thinks that Azerbaijan’s accession to the emerging Eurasian Economic Union would be against its interests, but does not consider such an option to be realistic, a senior lawmaker in Yerevan said on Wednesday.

Belgium/EU/Armenia - Edward Nalbandian, Armenian Foreign Minister, and Catherine Ashton, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, meet in Brussels, 22 July 2014

Armenia Keen On Further Partnership With EU, FM Says

Armenia wants to develop its partnership with the European Union based on what was achieved during the recent negotiations and considering the ‘new realities’, Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian said in Brussels.

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“168 Zham” finds that Armenia’s foreign policy is becoming more and more ridiculous as by waiting for Russia to allow it to enter the Eurasian Economic Union, the country becomes more isolated not only from Europe, but also from the entire world.


Armenia Raises Concerns Over ‘Subversive Activities’ Of Azerbaijan

Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian drew the attention of international mediators to the ‘intensified subversive activities’ of Azerbaijan as he met with them to discuss further steps on settling the protracted Karabakh conflict on Tuesday.

OSCE ‘Concerned’ About Armenian Court Decision Forcing Media To Disclose Sources

Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatovic has expressed concern about a court ruling in Armenia that forces media outlets to disclose their sources of information.

Armenia Says Georgia Not To Introduce Visa Regime

Georgia is not going to introduce a partial visa regime for citizens of Armenia beginning in September, the Armenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Tuesday, denying a report made earlier by a Russian news agency.

Karabakh Lawmakers Call For Release Of Arrested Armenian Businessman

Members of Nagorno-Karabakh’s legislature have called for an immediate release of an ethnic Armenian businessman who was arrested in Russia last week on suspicion of having ties with an organized criminal group.


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Վիդեո Exclusive Interview With Senior U.S. District Judge

The Honorable John C. Coughenour, Senior United States District Judge for the Western District of Washington, was in Armenia to participate in a seminar for Armenian judges and a seminar for law students and recent graduates.

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Now that the Lawsuits are Settled, Let’s Build the Genocide Memorial

On July 15, a Federal Court of Appeals upheld a lower court’s 2011 decision, ordering the return to the Cafesjian Family Foundation (CFF) the properties intended for the construction of an Armenian Genocide Museum and Memorial in Washington, D.C.
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