President Erdogan of Turkey planned to purge opposition forces in the military before July’s attempted coup, according to a secret EU intelligence report.
During an annual press conference, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, in response to a provocative question of an Azerbaijani reporter, said the implementation of military operations in Nagorno-Karabakh is not Azerbaijan’s internal affair.
Garo Paylan, Armenian member of the Turkish parliament representing the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP), appealed to the Constitutional Court on Monday for interrupting his January 13 speech and his suspension from Parliament for referring to the Armenian Genocide, reported Agos on Monday.
Garo Paylan, an Armenian member of the Turkish parliament representing the People’s Democratic Party (HDP) on Saturday was suspended from parliament on for three days after speaking about the Armenian Genocide.
The leader of the nation that has jailed more reporters than any country in the world is praising Donald Trump for putting CNN reporter Jim Acosta “in his place” during a press conference on Wednesday.
The President of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly, Austrian parliamentarian Christine Muttonen, on Jan. 13 called for the immediate agreement on the extension of mandates of OSCE field operations, some of which are currently being held up by representatives of OSCE countries.
The European Armenian Federation for Justice and Democracy (ANC Europe) will continue the work over the Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh) Republic issue through various methods, said Bedo Demirdjian, liaison of the ANC Europe.
OSCE Chairman-in-Office, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Austria Sebastian Kurz will discuss Nagorno-Karabakh conflict with the Foreign Minister of Russia Sergey Lavrov in Moscow on January 18.
Valentina Karakhanian is one of two researchers from the Vatican Secret Archives who has gathered every document the Holy See keeps on the Armenian Genocide.
On January 11, 2007, late Argentine President Nestor Kirchner enacted Law 26,199 which declared every April 24 as “Day of Action for Tolerance and Respect among Peoples in commemoration of the genocide suffered by the Armenian people.”