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The EU seeks broader ties with Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia in 2009 (05.01.2009)

Brussels wants to enhance the European Union’s relations with Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia in the coming year. In the absence of solid membership prospects, the question remains, however, whether the EU’s ideas about enhanced relations will meet the expectations of leaders of the three Caucasus...

PACE monitoring commission to hear report on Armenia (17.12.2008)

The Parliamentary Assembly of Council of Europe (PACE) will hear a report on the implementation of PACE resolutions 1609 and 1620 by Armenia today in Paris. The members of the Commission are going to discuss the functioning of democratic institutes in Armenia and much will depend on the...

Armenia may withdraw from Nagorno-Karabakh (12.09.2008)

(Quelle: Turkish Daily News) Armenia seems to be willing to withdraw from Nagorno-Karabakh, according to the Turkish president. … He said Armenia and Azerbaijan were also willing to resolve their conflict over the Nagorno- Karabakh region, after he had talks in the two countries.

Foreign Ministers of Azerbaijan and Armenia meet in August (19.07.2008)

(Quelle: On August 1 the Foreign Affairs Ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan Edward Nalbandyan and Elmar Mamediarov will possibly have a meeting in Moscow, said Tigran Balayan, the press secretary of the Foreign Ministry to The possible meeting has been discussed when...

Time for a change on Karabakh? (02.05.2008)

(Quelle: EurasiaNet) Amid calls from President Serzh Sarkisian for a more 'pro-active' policy, Armenia’s parliament has adopted a statement that some observers say toughens the country’s position on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

US officials say Yerevan risks losing development funds (18.04.2008)

(Quelle: EurasiaNet) Armenia could lose US economic support if it does not quickly take action to promote a 'national dialogue,' US legislators and administration officials are cautioning. Washington holds the Armenian government responsible for the March 1 clashes that resulted in the deaths of at...

Winner of disputed election is sworn in (10.04.2008)

(Quelle: New York Times) Serge Sargsyan, a former prime minister, was sworn in as president, nearly two months after an election that opposition groups criticized as rigged.