An interview was held with Dr. Yair Auron, an Israeli historian and board member of the Zoryan Institute, after an article was released by The Times of Israel, announcing Turkish and Israeli diplomatic rapprochement.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said that he has given instruction to the government to resume trade and economic cooperation with Turkey.
The Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Ministry’s statement on Tuesday reads that Azerbaijan has “fired several non-targeted shots from small arms along some areas of the Line of Contact.”
The French Government has presented the text of the bill criminalizing the denial of the Armenian Genocide.
Holding talks with Georgia and Armenia is among top priorities of the Iranian Oil Products Distribution Company (NIOPDC) to increase exports of the country’s oil products, an official in the company told Shana news agency on Monday.
The National Assembly approved on Wednesday major amendments to Armenia’s new Electoral Code that stem from a compromise agreement reached by the government and the parliamentary opposition earlier this month.
Before his visit to the South Caucus, including Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia, the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office and German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said “The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict risks to re-escalate at any time.”
A bright and determined group of students from across the U.S. arrived at the ANCA offices for the 31st annual session of the Leo Sarkisian Summer Internship Program.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has expressed his “regret and sorrow” to Russian President Vladimir Putin in a letter addressing the downing of a Russian jet and the killing of two Russian pilots in 2015, expressing his desire to restore bilateral ties.
Armenia is increasingly gaining strategic significance in the context of construction of the North-South energy corridor with Iran, Georgia, and Russia.