Armenia-Azerbaijan: war September 13-14
The Prime Minister of Armenia and the Secretary of the Security Council are visiting Washington and Paris. What is the agenda?
“Jermuk is not a military town, Jermuk is a hospitable, quiet place where people greet even strangers on the street”
According to the Prime Minister of Armenia, the reason for further escalation may also be the fact that "there was no proper reaction of the regional power structures" to Azerbaijan's actions
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.
At a meeting of the Armenian government on September 16, nothing was discussed except for Azerbaijan's invasion of sovereign Armenian territory.
"Everything depends on Moscow and Baku" - the opinion of an Armenian political scientist on the future of Nagorno-Karabakh
The reaction in Nagorno-Karabakh to Pashinyan’s statement about his readiness to sign some kind of document with Azerbaijan, as well as the opinion of an expert
After almost a day of shelling and fighting on the border, Armenia and Azerbaijan have agreed to a ceasefire
Protests in Yerevan after the prime minister said he was ready to sign a document on stable peace for Armenia, allegedly without Nagorno-Karabakh
A resumption of shelling on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border this morning has been reported.
Azerbaijan explains the actions of its military as an answer to provocations by Armenia and the desire to create a buffer zone along the border with Armenia to oppose provocations in the future.
There are reports of 49 Armenian casualties in the renewed hostilities on the Armenia-Azerbaijan border, Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan said in a speech in parliament. He said also that this is not a final number.
Everything known at this time