The group will help with the mine clearance effort, public information campaigns and the provision of medical care in Aleppo
The meetings will continue until the final implementation of the agreement
Nikol Pashinyan does not consider the meeting held during the World Economic Forum in Davos to be an ‘official start to negotiations’ with Ilham Aliyev.
The ‘Ukrainian way’ for the Abkhaz Church, and what choices does the Georgian Church have in this difficult situation?
However, observers in both countries are skeptical
Starting from nothing, they started their own businesses in Armenia and became an example for local entrepreneurs
How are the conflicts in Abkhazia, Transnistria and Cyprus similar and different? - Carnegie Europe expert Thomas de Waal speaks at a presentation in Tbilisi
The aim: to stop Russian aggression
What did the foreign ministers agree on?
The European Parliament and the Council of Europe react differently to the actions of Russia
With his party’s victory in the snap parliamentary elections and a new calm on the frontlines with Azerbaijan, Armenia’s leader Nikol Pashinyan and his team will have more space to settle the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
A court has declared the detainees remain under arrest – the former fighters of a Ukrainian volunteer battalion stand accused of the illegal possession of firearms
Damascus has invited South Ossetia to cooperate. Real prospects, or a screen for Russian business?