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    “Disagreements of superpowers influence the NKR issue”
    Sep06

    “Disagreements of superpowers influence the NKR issue”

    The meeting of the U.S. President Barak Obama and the RF President Vladimir Putin at G-20 Summit held on September 4-5 gave nothing, says political analyst Styopa Safaryan, adding that many people expected that the U.S. President would be able to convince Vladimir Putin to change his policy not only in Ukraine, but also Syria. “As shortly after...

    Putin, Obama meet on sidelines of G20 Summit /updated/
    Sep05

    Putin, Obama meet on sidelines of G20 Summit /updated/

    12.24 The meeting of Russian and U.S. Presidents ‘lasted longer than expected.’ The heads of the two countries discussed issues related to Syria and Ukraine. “This was followed by a tête-à-tête meeting of the two presidents,” said Dmitry Peskov, Press Secretary for the President of Russia. 11.40 The meeting of Russian and U.S. Presidents...

    Journalist  Pavel Sheremet killed in car blast In Kyiv
    Jul20

    Journalist Pavel Sheremet killed in car blast In Kyiv

    Prominent Belarusian journalist Pavel Sheremet was killed early on July 20 when the car he was driving exploded in the Ukrainian capital. Investigators are working to determine the cause of the explosion. According to press reports, Sheremet, 44, was driving at about 7:45 a.m. to the office of the Ukrayinska Pravda news website where he worked...

    Opinion: Crowds cannot rule, they can be guided
    Jul19

    Opinion: Crowds cannot rule, they can be guided

    The Republican Party of Armenia (HHK) has not made a statement in connection with the events taking place in Yerevan’s Erebuni district where a police compound was seized on Sunday by an armed group calling itself Sasna Dzrer. The position of the ruling party is unclear up to this moment. Nor is it known which charges will be levied against...

    John Kerry, Sergei Lavrov meeting in Moscow
    Jul15

    John Kerry, Sergei Lavrov meeting in Moscow

    The meeting of U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is underway in Moscow. “We must work and reach agreements for conflicts in Syria and Ukraine, as well as in Nagorno Karabakh and the Middle East. Therefore, we believe that the talks will be productive. We also hope that we shall discuss bilateral...

    Chronicle of unprecedented activation of Karabagh talks: UIC
    Jul12

    Chronicle of unprecedented activation of Karabagh talks: UIC

    Lately the negotiation process over Nagorno Karabagh conflict regulation seems to have entered an entirely new and much larger-scale stage. An attestation of this claim is the fact that the topic of Karabagh conflict is addressed during telephone conversations and meetings between representatives of superpowers. And Armenia and Azerbaijan are...

    “NATO countries understood that Russia is getting more aggressive”
    Jul12

    “NATO countries understood that Russia is getting more aggressive”

    NATO doesn’t want a clash, NATO is not going to arouse problems for neighboring countries, but the member states of the Union has a security issue and the population of about 1 billion has presented a claim for ensuring security. Expert at the Armenian Institute of International and Security Affairs (AIISA) Gevorg Melikyan has come to such...

    Edward Nalbandian to visit Ukraine
    Jul09

    Edward Nalbandian to visit Ukraine

    Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian will travel to Kyiv on July 11 to participate in the seventh Eastern Partnership (EaP) Informal Partnership Dialogue, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a Facebook post. …read more Source:...

    United States should increase its role in Karabakh conflict settlement – analyst
    Jul09

    United States should increase its role in Karabakh conflict settlement – analyst

    The United States can and should play a bigger role in the process of the Karabakh conflict settlement, former US Ambassador to Georgia, analyst Kenneth Yalowitz told Voice of America. I think the greater involvement of America and Europe in the Karabakh issue is very important but it is also important that the leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan...

    Thirty-one Armenian athletes already qualified for Rio 2016
    Jul08

    Thirty-one Armenian athletes already qualified for Rio 2016

    At a qualifying tournament held in Ukraine Armenia’s long jumper Gor Nerkararyan qualified for Rio 2016 Olympics after jumping 8m 15 cm. The Armenian Athletics Team thus has 6 athletes to participate in the Rio Games, with 31 sportsmen having so far qualified for the Olympics. Prior to it athletes Amaliya Sharoyan (long jump), Levon...

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