Co-Chairs urge parties to to restore atmosphere conducive to peace
Rep. Pallone introduces resolution praising U.S.-Armenia “strategic partnership"
Mnatsakanyan, Bolton talk Karabakh peace process, US-Armenia ties
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Armenia keen to expand relations with both Russia and Georgia - FM
Armenia has traditionally voted against similar documents, which Georgia has tabled every year since 2008. This year Armenia opted not to join countries such as Belarus, Burundi, Cuba, North Korea, Sudan, Syria, Venezuela, Zimbabwe and others by simply skipping the voting.
Pashinyan, Putin to meet in Saint Petersburg
Within the framework of the visit, Nikol Pashinyan will have a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Meetings with leaders and government representatives of other countries, as well as representatives of international organizations are also expected.
US presidential candidate Bernie Sanders co-sponsors Armenian Genocide Resolution
The Armenian Genocide Resolution notes that the U.S. has, as early as 1951, officially recognized the Armenian Genocide through a filing with the International Court of Justice, followed by House legislation adopted in 1975, and 1984 and President Ronald Reagan’s Proclamation in 1984.
Leaders of Armenia, Cyprus, Greece to meet in Yerevan
The foreign ministers of Cyprus, Greece and Armenia agreed on Tuesday that their respective heads of state would meet at a trilateral summit in Armenia in January, adding that the purpose for the cooperation is to promote peace, stability and prosperity through enhanced political dialogue
Eurnekian Group discussing implementation of projects in Artsakh
President Sahakyan noted that the Eurnekian group is actively involved in the development of various spheres of Artsakh expressing hope that close cooperation with the organization will be maintained in the future too.
Artsakh says introducing a cease-fire control mechanism urgent
The attempt by the Azerbaijani side to initiate an escalation of tension serves as yet another evidence of the urgency of introducing an international mechanism of control over the cease-fire in the area of the Azerbaijan-Karabakh conflict, the Artsakh Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
OSCE to conduct monitoring at Artsakh-Azerbaijan line of contact
From the positions of the Defense Army of the Republic of Artsakh, the monitoring will be conducted by Field Assistant to the Personal Representative of the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office (CiO) Mihail Olaru (Moldova) and staff member of the Office of the CiO Personal Representative Martin Schuster (Germany)