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 deplores Azerbaijan's deliberate steps aimed at increasing tension
According to the statement, “the deplorable actions of Azerbaijan, if not urgently addressed, may represent a serious obstacle to next steps in the settlement process. They also question the credibility of Azerbaijan and their capacity to remain faithful to commitments, as agreed in Dushanbe in September 2018 and reaffirmed in Vienna in March 2019, to observe and strengthen the ceasefire. Armenia strongly urges Azerbaijan to demonstrate genuine political will expressed in concrete and effective measures to observe the ceasefire. Azerbaijan will bear full responsibility for the risks of further escalation.”
Putin, Medvedev congratulate Pashinyan on birthday
Russian President Vladimir Putin called Nikol Pashinyan today to congratulate the Armenian Prime Minister on birthday. During the conversation, the interlocutors discussed the future plans for cooperation in bilateral and multilateral formats.
Armenia insists on the implementation of investigation mechanism
Anna Naghdalyan says it would be impossible to disseminate misinformation had an investigation mechanism been in place. She reminds that the mechanism has not been implemented so far because of the Azerbaijani side.
Armenian PM offers CoE to get involved in the process of judiciary reforms
Nikol Pashinyan stressed the importance of the Council of Europe delegation’s visit. The Prime Minister stressed that the implementation of fundamental changes in the judicial and legal spheres stands high on the Government’s agenda; they are supposed to guarantee the existence of a full-fledged independent judiciary in our country.
High-level delegation of the Council of Europe to visit Yerevan on 30-31 May
The delegation consists of senior representatives of the Council of Europe Directorate General of Human Rights and Rule of Law; it comprises representatives of the Venice Commission, of the anti-corruption group GRECO, of the Consultative Council of European Judges and of the Commission for Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ), as well as of the Council of Europe's Directorate of political affairs.
Armenia interested in expansion of EAEU's foreign economic ties
He stressed that “Armenia is actively participating in and contributing to the creation and implementation of the EAEU digital agenda. Nikol Pashinyan voiced confidence that the dynamic development of the work targeted at raising the level of cooperation and creating favorable conditions for doing business.