“Calls on cooperation for regional peace and stability by a state which demonstrates such attitude towards historical-cultural monuments at least cannot be credible”, - believe in the Armenian Foreign Ministry
The transit corridor, which was agreed by the leaders of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia, in the opinion of Armenian experts, does not promise the country anything except "regular geopolitical risks"
Baku, Yerevan and Moscow are establishing expert groups to open end-to-end railways and highways. Iran intends to join projects
Arman Tatoyan considers the process of demarcation illegitimate, as it passes from human rights violations and inter tional standards. In this regard, he fraternized in the OSCE, the UN and the Council of Europe
In the Turkish city of Bursa, a historic Armenian Catholic church is for sale, the owner is asking for 800 thousand US dollars for the building
The armies of Turkey and Azerbaijan are preparing for joint military exercises in the Turkish province of Kars, near the border with Armenia. What does this mean - a comment of an Azerbaijani diplomat
Azerbaijani political scientist Shahin Jafarli discusses the need to deploy Turkish military personnel in Karabakh and draws attention to some important issues
From the first week of 2021, a joint Russian-Turkish monitoring center will begin its work in Karabakh, in which 60 Turkish servicemen will serve
Russian President Vladimir Putin answered questions about Nagorno-Karabakh and the agenda in the conflict zone at the annual press conference
On December 10, a Victory Parade dedicated to the return of the occupied territories during the Second Karabakh War was held on Azadlig Square in Baku
According to Ara Ayvazyan, the meeting of the negotiators of the two countries will take place "after the situation in the conflict zone is stabilized"
188 deputies voted "for" the resolution and only three - "against". On November 25, a similar resolution was adopted by the Upper House of the French Senate. However, the country's Foreign Ministry has already stated that it does not recognize Karabakh
According to Matthew Bryza, Turkey has dreamed of deploying its army in the South Caucasus since the time of the Ottoman Empire - 200 years ago
The Russian peacekeepers and the Azerbaijani military have completed the planned deployment in Karabakh and adjacent regions. Where do they stand and what's next?
‘Status of Karabakh is a matter of the future’ – Putin on joint monitoring centre with Turkey
A clause in the trilateral declaration of the ceasefire in Karabakh provides for a transport corridor through Armenia from Azerbaijan to Nakhichevan, and further on to Turkey
The Prime Minister of Armenia stated that it was the military which urged him to make the decision to end hostilities. But the people and the opposition are protesting. The president says he has begun ‘consultations to protect national interests’
President Aliyev announced ‘the liberation of the city of Shusha’ in Karabakh earlier today.