The Lemkin Institute for Genocide Prevention voiced its solidarity with and support for the people of the Republic of Artsakh in a statement released on November 24. “The Lemkin Institute voices its solidarity with and support for the people of the Republic of Artsakh, who turned out in Stepanakert on
VIDEO “Red Poppies” – A beautiful patriotic song dedicated to the heroes of the Artsakh National Liberation War
Փառք հերոսներին – Слава Героям – Glory To The Heroes “Red Poppies” A beautiful patriotic song by Ruben Hakhverdyan and Harut Pambukhchyan, dedicated to the heroes of the Artsakh National Liberation War
IMPORTANT NEWS! French Senate to consider resolution demanding immediate withdrawal of Azerbaijani troops from Armenian territory
On November 15, the French Senate will consider a resolution imposing sanctions against Azerbaijan and demanding the immediate withdrawal of Azerbaijani troops from Armenian territory. The resolution calls for compliance with the
After the latest round of military conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan, Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz visited Baku, where he met with President Ilham Aliyev and Defense Minister Zakir Hasanov. Although Gantz’s office published a notice stating the purpose of the trip was security and diplomatic matters, it seems Gantz’s visit to Baku had other …
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu issued another accusation against Armenian Diaspora. According to him, some part of Armenian Diaspora in France opposes the process of normalization of relations between Armenia and Turkey and Azerbaijan.
Military clashes, territorial disputes and civil unrest are overshadowing the South Caucasus, part of a neighborhood with Europe where the EU has more at stake than at any time since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. While the war in Ukraine is at the center of European attention, the South Caucasus is a …
Point of view: Analyst: «Baku and Pashinya are conspiring against Armenian people, Prague document does not save Armenia»
What Azerbaijan has long talked about and what Nikol Pashinyan has long talked about happened in Prague, political analyst Argishti Kiviryan told NEWS.am, commenting on the results of Pashinyan’s meeting with Aliyev at the initiative of French President Emmanuel Macron and European Council President Charles Michel in Prague.
Artsakh Parliament: At moment of Azerbaijan’s independence, Nagorno-Karabakh had nothing to do with it
The factions of the National Assembly of the Republic of Artsakh made a statement regarding the accession of the DPR, LPR, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions to the Russian Federation. Considering the recognition of independence of the Donetsk People’s Republic and Luhansk People’s Republic by the Russian Federation and subsequent annexation of the aforementioned territories,
Iranian expert Vardan Voskanyan stated that peace is impossible with the current Azerbaijan. Armenia must prepare not for peace, but for war, which may knock at our door at any moment. Armenia must not avoid thinking about war, but must tune in to the fact that it is inevitable. His remarks came during today’s discussion.
A SHAME! Quadrilateral Prague meeting statement: Armenia, Azerbaijan recognize each other’s territorial integrity
Armenia and Azerbaijan recognize each other’s territorial integrity. This is noted in the statement on the results of the quadrilateral meeting held Thursday in Prague. The statement reads as follows: “Within the framework of the first meeting of the
Artsakh Republic President Arayik Harutyunyan, meeting the proposal of the National Assembly’s political forces convened an extended sitting of the Security Council with the participation of a number of high-ranking officials, representatives of all the parliamentary forces and Primate of the Artsakh Diocese of the Armenian Apostolic Church.
On September 30, 2022, the Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan gave an interview to the Public Television.
Armenian MFA: Azerbaijan’s war against Nagorno-Karabakh is act of ethnic cleansing against Armenians of Artsakh
The Armenian Foreign Ministry issued a statement on the anniversary of Azerbaijan’s aggression against Nagorno-Karabakh. “Two years ago, on September 27, Azerbaijan, in open defiance of the UN Charter and the Helsinki Final Act, unleashed a large-scale war against Nagorno-Karabakh and its people.
Exactly two years ago, on September 27, 2020, at 7:10am, Azerbaijan launched a large-scale military aggression against Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh). At the same time, in virtually all directions of the line of contact, the adversary launched an attack using air force, artillery, and drones—including shelling peaceful settlements.
A SHAME! Ter-Petrosyan: Painful decisions await us, agreements should be signed with Turkey and Azerbaijan
Armenia’s first president, Levon Ter-Petrosian, said that hard, painful decisions await Armenia. Agreements must be signed with Azerbaijan and Turkey, which no one will like, but there is one moment when there is no alternative. His remarks came on the air of the Public Television Company.
PM Pashinyan at UN, addresses Azerbaijan president: Could you show map of Armenia that you recognize?
There is no tangible progress in peace treaty, delimitation of borders, and opening of regional communication because Azerbaijan is using all these topics for territorial claims against Armenia. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan noted about this in his address Thursday at the 77th session of the UN General Assembly in New York.
STATEMENT of the Permanent Tribunal of the Armenian Creative Civilization on the Genocide, Culturocide and Anthrocide of the Autochthonous Nations
“… sovereignty cannot be considered as the right to kill millions of innocent people” Raphael Lemkin On September 13, 2022, based on the inadmissibility of forceful decisions and of the international legitimization of forceful expansion, in connection with the confirmed fact of an international crime,
Armenia and Azerbaijan will be invited to the EU summit in Prague on October 6, which is expected to form a European political community, a body dealing with security issues across the continent. According to The Guardian, Britain is also among those invited.
The US Committee on Appropriations recommends including not less than $60,000,000 in help for Armenia for economic development, private sector productivity, energy independence, democracy and the rule of law, and other purposes.