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OSCE Office in Yerevan

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Begin: 07/99

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Armenian opposition bloc wins enough votes to enter parliament (07.05.2012)

Observers from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe called the vote competitive and largely peaceful -- although some shortcomings in the democratic process undermined confidence in the poll.

Local election observers fear risk of prosecution (23.04.2012)

With less than two weeks to go until Armenia’s parliamentary vote, election observers are becoming an issue. Rights activists are voicing worries that a change to the Armenian election code could leave observers potentially vulnerable to defamation suits over statements made about the polling and...

French President begins visit to Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia (06.10.2011)

French President Nicolas Sarkozy is opening a visit to the South Caucasus states of Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia, during which he is expected to urge moves to ease regional tensions. … France is a co-chair, along with Russia and the United States, of the Minsk Group of the Organization For...

Armenia cites South Sudan as model to resolve territorial conflicts (11.07.2011)

Armenian Foreign Minister Eduard Nalbandian has touted South Sudan's declaration of independence as a blueprint for resolving other ethnic and territorial conflicts, RFE/RL's Armenian Service reports.

UN chief calls to remove snipers from Azeri-Armenian frontline (27.09.2010)

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has supported the initiative to remove snipers from the contact line between Azerbaijani and Armenian troops.

Deal signed on extending Russian military presence in Armenia (20.08.2010)

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and his Armenian counterpart, Serzh Sarkisian, have signed a deal extending Moscow's lease of a military base in the South Caucasus country by 24 years.

Rise in Armenian-Azeri border gunfire (06.08.2010)

The villagers of Koti in eastern Armenia fear that a rise in cross-border gunfire could mean the tenuous peace reached with neighbouring Azerbaijan 16 years ago is unravelling. … Azerbaijani and Armenian soldiers often fire shots at each other, but recently these incidents have become more frequent.