Armenia’s Defense Minister Seyran Ohanian said Thursday that the situation at the border is “tense,” but under control.
In an interview with Armenian news agency News.am, French Member of Parliament Valerie Boyer, a strong advocate for Armenian issues in France, said instead of visiting Armenia and Artsakh on the centennial of the Armenian Genocide, as she has visited on April 24 in previous years, she will be staying in Marseille to host the city’s numerous commemorative events marking the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.
Oskanian resigns from party, abandons his parliamentary mandate; Naira Zohrabyan elected new PAP chairman
YEREVAN—The chairman of the Prosperous Armenia Party, Gagik Tsarukian on Thursday stepped down from the party’s leadership and announced that he was leaving politics. Also on Thursday, Armenia’s former foreign minister Vartan Oskanian, who had joined the party several years ago, announced [...]
Professor of History at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Kennan Institute Fellow, and renowned expert on Azerbaijani Turkish studies Audrey Altstadt, in an interview with Azerbaijani news agency Turan, criticized the current political climate in Azerbaijan and its relations with the West.
With only 16 votes more than the minimum necessary to get elected, Steve Ferguson, one of the Armenian National Committee of America–Burbank’s endorsed candidates, spent three tense days waiting for outcome of the roughly 180 ballots requiring the County of Los Angeles Registrar of Voters to determine their validity.