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Turkey Should Establish Ties with Abkhazia, Says Think Tank

A report launched late Wednesday by an Ankara-based think tank urged the Turkish government to engage in relations with the Georgian breakaway republic of Abkhazia.

Minsk Group Meets with Aliyev in Baku

International mediators visited Baku on Friday to start preparations for more talks between the Armenian and Azerbaijani presidents which they hope will lead to a framework peace accord on Nagorno-Karabakh next year.

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.

AYF Western US Urges Withdrawal from Protocol Process

The Armenian Youth Federation-Western Region Thursday issued an announcement, in which it expresses its opposition to the protocols on the establishment and development of relations between Armenia and Turkey and urges the Armenian government to abandon the ill-fated process

Turkey Frets Looming US Recognition of Genocide

Prospects are high for a US recognition of the Armenian Genocide by the incoming administration of president elect Barack Obama, a leading member of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation said Tuesday, reiterating his party’s calls for Yerevan not to buckle under Turkish pressure by accepting a package deal that would see, among other things, the establishment of a joint study on the genocide in exchange for normal ties.

US Considers Azerbaijan’s Territorial Integrity Key to Karabakh Resolution, Says Bryza

BAKU (Trend)–The United States considers the territorial integrity of Azerbaijan as a key principle on which the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict resolution should be based, Matthew Bryza, the US Co-Chairman of the OSCE Minsk Group, said in an interview with BBC Russia. Bryza said that the presidents of Azerbaijan and Armenia reportedly want the conflict resolved as

Baku Signals Support for Alternative Means to Settle Karabakh Conflict

BAKU (Trend)–Praising the growing interest of third parties to mediate the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Azerbaijan’s Deputy Foreign Minister Monday made vague reference to alternative “international formats and precedents” that should be “taken into consideration” in the conflict settlement process. “Despite all mediation initiatives, there are international formats and precedents for having negotiations on the conflict settlement

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