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Expansion of Turkish-Armenian Economic Ties Important for Russia, Says Envoy

The expansion of economic relations between Turkey, Armenia and Russia is very important, Russia’s Ambassador to Turkey, Vladimir Ivanovski, said on Monday.

New Push to Settle Karabakh Conflict Made at OSCE Summit

The foreign ministers of over 50 countries making up Europe’s largest security structure praised Armenia and Azerbaijan late Wednesday for their latest pledge to “work intensively” to overcome disagreements hampering the resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

Obama Hails Protocols as Erdogan Presents Ultimatum

President Barack Obama hailed the Armenia-Turkey protocols and pledged US support for the process as Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erodagan, on the eve of his meeting with the president, issued an ultimatum to the White House saying that normalization process could not move forward without an end to the Karabakh conflict.

Armenian Deployment In Afghanistan Set For February

Armenia will send a small contingent of troops to Afghanistan in February to help the United States and its NATO allies fight the Taliban insurgency, according to the Armenian military.

Government Approves Draft Resolution on Azeri Culpability in Karabakh Conflict

The Armenian government has approved a draft resolution, authored by a deputy from the Armenian Revolutionary Federation, calling on parliament to declare Azerbaijan the initiator of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

Armenian Government Approves 2010 Budget

The Armenian government approved on Thursday the final version of next year’s budget and is set to submit it to parliament for consideration and approval, Finance Minister Tigran Davtian told reporters.

Sarkisian Discusses Military Priorities With US Defense Official

A high-level official from the US Department of Defense was in Yerevan Thursday meeting with Armenia’s top leadership for talks on military cooperation, reported the Armenian Presidential press service.

“Voch” Coalition Calls on High Court To Declare Protocols Unconstitutional

Fourteen Armenian opposition parties have appealed to the country’s Constitutional Court seeking a ruling that would declare Yerevan’s rapprochement agreement with Turkey unconstitutional, the RIA Novosti news agency reported Thursday.

OSCE Members Praise New Push For Karabakh Peace

The foreign ministers of over 50 countries making up Europe’s largest security structure praised Armenia and Azerbaijan late Wednesday for their latest pledge to “work intensively” to overcome disagreements hampering the resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

Russia to Own 50 Percent of New Armenian Nuclear Plant

Armenia’s government unveiled on Thursday plans to create a Russian-Armenian joint venture tasked with building a nuclear power station in place of the aging soviet-era facility at Metsamor by 2017.

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