Armenian Defense Minister Vigen Sargsyan on Monday said that Azerbaijan opposed the Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) Republic people’s right to self-determination with military force.
The American Hellenic Council on Monday released a statement urging the Greek American community to boycott the new Turkish-produced film “The Ottoman Lieutenant.”
A capacity crowd of more than 400 community members gathered Saturday for the grand re-opening of the Fresno Armenian Center, which was rechristened as the Garo and Alice Gureghian Armenian Cultural Center.
“Spotlight on Nagorno-Karabakh: The Four Day War and its Aftermath – Perspectives on Security, Diplomacy, and the Prospects for a Lasting Peace” panel took place on March 9 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
A new round of trials of the public officials who are suspects of Armenian journalist Hrant Dink’s murder in 2007 continued on March 13.
“The lack of talks on Nagorno-Karabakh is connected with the huge blow to the negotiation process caused by the aggression against Artsakh last April,” Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian said on Monday.
President Serzh Sarkisian on Monday gave the green light to the opening of an Armenian consulate general in Iraqi Kurdistan, underscoring Armenia’s growing ties to the region that enjoys considerable autonomy within Iraq.
Prime Minister Karen Karapetian during a working visit to the Syunik province on March 11 had a consultative meeting with representatives of the Foundation for Armenia Development, and was presented the Tatev Gate investment project.
Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) Republic Minister of Foreign Affairs Karen Mirzoyan is on a working visit to Greece to participate in the March 13-15 events entitled “Our Heroic Artsakh,” organized by the Armenian National Committee of Greece.
Politicians and journalists from Slovakia in a letter called on Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu to assist in the release of Russian-Israeli blogger Alexander Lapshin.