Under current conditions, it is impossible to carry out demarcation of the Armenian-Azerbaijani border, the Ombudsman of Armenia believes
Armenia's lack of an effective defense system is highlighted as the tensions have once again escalated at the Armenian-Azerbaijani border
A wave of outrage was set off after Pashinyan had stated that he was ready to give up his son in exchange for all Armenian soldiers detained in Baku after the second Karabakh war.
Report from the southern, Syunik region of Armenia, where some villages were divided between Armenia and Azerbaijan after the second Karabakh war
The deputies of the Armenian parliament stated that Baku was holding about 200 Armenian prisoners of war, to which the Azerbaijani delegation only objected that these people were not prisoners, but terrorists.
The Armenian Ombudsman says he frequently receives reports of shooting by the Azerbaijani military in the southern region of Armenia, Syunik
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
The office of the Deputy Prime Minister of Armenia reports that after the signing of the document on the armistice in Karabakh, the lists of Armenian prisoners were constantly updated and provided to partners
In total, 53 prisoners returned from Azerbaijan. The Office of the NK Ombudsman claims that it has proven facts about dozens of Armenian prisoners, which Azerbaijan does not confirm
Armenia debates whether human rights are protected - on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the Ombudsman Institute
Ombudsmen of other countries who arrived at the international forum are lavishing compliments, but some local residents consider their rights unprotected