The United States has called on Armenia and Azerbaijan to resume negotiations on a peaceful resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict following last month’s upsurge in fighting that threatened to spark a full-scale Armenian-Azerbaijani war.
The opening of Armenian National Committee of America – Western Region (ANCA-WR) and Armenians of Colorado (AOC) shared offices opened on Monday, May 2, across the street from Denver’s Capitol Hill.
Chairmen of the Eastern and Western U.S. Central Committees of the ARF, along with ANCA Chairman and Government Relations Director at a meeting with US’s Minsk Group Co-chair James Warlick
West Virginia became the 44th state to recognize the Armenian Genocide with April 2016 as “Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month.”
Rep. Adam Schiff spoke on the House Floor on Wednesday and delivered an open letter to President Obama, urging him to recognize the Armenian Genocide
In a U.S. Department of State Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor report, the President of Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliyev, is criticized for large-scale human rights violations in Azerbaijan.
Rep. Brad Sherman has called on the administration to negotiate a new tax treaty between the United States and Armenia.
Against a backdrop of fresh Azerbaijani attacks that left three dead on Wednesday in the midst of a declared ceasefire, Congressional leaders stepped up condemnation of Aliyev’s major assault on Nagorno Karabakh
Senior ANCA representatives consulted at the State Department Tuesday with Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland
The ANCA called upon the bipartisan leadership of the U.S. Senate and House intelligence committees to release intelligence related to Azerbaijan’s April 2nd offensive against Nagorno Karabakh