The Office of the Human Rights Defender published an extraordinary report on the consequences of hostilities on the Armenian border. The report presents cases of torture of Armenian prisoners of war, abuse of the bodies of the dead, destruction of civilian infrastructure, and shelling of hospitals, schools and kindergartens.
Protests in Yerevan after the prime minister said he was ready to sign a document on stable peace for Armenia, allegedly without Nagorno-Karabakh
The Prime Minister of Armenia said that he counts on Moscow's support both in normalizing relations with Turkey and Azerbaijan, and in resolving the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
Armenian experts talk about another concession made under pressure by Azerbaijan. But no changes are expected and by the end of August the Lachin corridor will be replaced by another road
Baku wants to legitimize a new war, therefore it refuses dialogue, publicly accusing Armenia [of refusing to participate in negotiations]"- PM Pashinyan's online press conference
Political observer Hakob Badalyan believes that Azerbaijan is trying to solve its main task - "to dictate its own agenda and its own conditions for the peace process"
"Western involvement in the region significantly weakens Russia" - Armenian experts discuss Russia's influence and the role of the West in the South Caucasus
Cancellation of the meeting of the commission on delimitation of the Armenian-Azerbaijani border was assessed differently by the parties to the conflict. Baku accused Yerevan of opting out, while Yerevan refuted it
“Recently, Azerbaijan has made statements that give an impression that only Azerbaijan's proposals will be discussed during negotiations" - PM Pashinyan's statements in the Netherlands
Nagorno-Karabakh issue and the signing of a peace treaty. Despite the war in Ukraine and the attention of world centers being diverted to it, certain processes are still ongoing
European Council President Charles Michel and Pashinyan-Aliyev talks in Brussels - here is what we know so far accrodring to the official reports from Baku and Yerevan
The question of whether to exchange or return enclaves remains open for both Armenia and Azerbaijan since the seocnd Karabakh war. But what is an enclave and where did they come from?
A possible signing, or at least the start of negotiations on the Armenian-Azerbaijani peace agreement is actively discussed both in Yerevan and Baku
Armenia is balancing between Russia and the West and the Ukrainian crisis has further exacerbated this situation. Experts from Armenia discuss the country's prospects and possible strategies for development
An Armenian-Azerbaijani peace treaty is a priority for Baku and Yerevan - this is the conclusion that can be drawn from the latest statements of the Armenain and Azerbaijani Foreign Ministries
The latest online Pashinyan-Aliyev talks which took place on February 4, had been initiated by French President Emmanuel Macron, who also participated in them
Armenia has prepared a new proposal on demarcation and delimitation of the border with Azerbaijan. Baku responded by saying that Azerbaijan will not accept any proposals with preconditions
Armenian government has created a special working group for the restoration of the Yeraskh-Julfa-Meghri-Horadiz railway. Azerbaijan plans to complete its section of the railway by early 2023