The official statement at the end of the talks says that negotiators discussed not only steps to normalize relations between Armenia and Turkey, but also regional processes
In a public broadcast, the Prime Minister of Armenia touched upon almost all the problems important to the country and society, not avoiding painful topics
Armenian experts consider all meetings to normalize relations important, though they doubt their effectiveness.
“The differences are quite serious,” ex-president Robert Kocharyan said of the future of Armenia as envisioned by its former leaders
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
Commentary by political observer Hakob Badalyan on what topics the presidents of Russia and Turkey might have touched on and how their agreements may affect the South Caucasus region
Vahan Kerobyan discusses the possible economic cost-benefit ratio of opening the border with Turkey and restoring railway communication with Azerbaijan
Commentary by political commentator Hakob Badalyan on the regional situation, the interests of major players and their expectations from Armenia, the risks of starting a war, and relations with the West and Russia
The fourth meeting of Armenian -Turkish special representatives has shed some light on the ongoing process of normalization of the Armenian-Turkish relations - so what to expect next?
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
"Western involvement in the region significantly weakens Russia" - Armenian experts discuss Russia's influence and the role of the West in the South Caucasus
“It is not so easy to be a direct, honest, reliable partner for both Russia and the West, our duty is not to betray anyone" - Armenian PM Pashinyan's interview to Al-Jazeera TV channel
Here is everything you need to know about the third meeting of the special representatives of Armenia and Turkey in Vienna, as well as the expert opinion about the ongoing normalization process
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