The will of the people of Karabakh cannot be ignored while settling Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Director of Institute of CIS countries Konstantin Zatulin told media outlet Noev Kovcheg.
Artsakh President Bako Sahakian visited the Alashan settlement of the Martakert region on Friday, August 26 to meet with residents of Talish who have been forcefully displaced due to the April War.
The Armenian translation of Turkish historian Taner Akcam’s book titled “Forced Islamization of Armenians: Silence, Denial and Assimilation” has been published in Yerevan.
Armenia’s authorities are under no legal obligations to extradite Valery Permyakov, who was on Tuesday sentenced to life imprisonment for murdering a family of seven in Gyumri, to Russia, lawyer Russian Zakalyuzhny told RIA Novosti.
In partnership with the Armenian Red Cross Society, the International Committee of the Red Cross organized 27 information sessions for residents of 16 villages to teach them about landmine safety.
The documentary “Nagorno Karabakh: Return of War” was presented at Neri Conai hall of Rimini, Italy on Tuesday, August, 23.
Armenia’s government is working on the establishment of an Armenian-Iranian free economic zone in the country’s southernmost Meghri region, Economy Minister Artsvik Minasyan said on Thursday.
The Nagorno-Karabakh’s National Assembly voted 28 to 0 at an extraordinary session today to approve the proposal on amnesty on the occasion of Artsakh’s 25th anniversary.
Volunteer Gagik Parsadanyan, and servicemen Armen Gasparyan, Norayr Gasparyan, and Narek Mkrtchyan are four out of thirteen soldiers whose families were given financial relief through the Armenian Youth Federation’s ‘With Our Soldiers’ campaign.
On August 23, 1990, Armenia declared independence from the Soviet Union by adopting a Declaration of Independence.