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Karabakh Marks 18 Years of Statehood and Democracy on Human Rights Day

As the world marked the 61st anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on Thursday, The Nagorno-Karabakh Republic commemorated two declarations of its own, celebrating the decision of its people to declare independence in 1991 and a vote by the population in 2006 to approve a new constitution reaffirming democratic statehood.

Sahakian calls for More Development, Resettlement in Vital Kashatagh, Shahoumian

STEPANAKERT (Presidential Press Service)–Nagorno-Karabakh Republic President Bako Sahakian Tuesday gave a “state of the republic” address to local government bodies, the legislature and the judicial branch and highlighted the importance of developing and resettling the Kashatagh (Lachin) and Shahoumian districts of the Republic. “I think close attention should be paid to the Kashatagh and Shahoumian

ARF Position on Karabakh Unchanged, Says Markarian

STEPANAKERT (Combined Sources)–Following a meeting with Nagorno-Karabakh Republic President Bako Sahakian Tuesday, chairman of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation Bureau Hrant Markarian told a press conference that his party’s position on the Karabakh conflict resolution process remains unchanged, expressing concern over the recent movement in Armenia-Turkey/Armenia-Azerbaijan relations. Markarian said that the region was going through complicated

Sahakian, ARF Bureau Members Discuss Karabakh Conflict

STEPANAKERT (Armenpress)–Members from the Armenian Revolutionary Federation’s governing Bureau were in Stepanakert on Wednesday meeting with Karabakh President Bako Sahakian for talks on the foreign and domestic policies of the two Armenian states. According to Sahakian’s press office, the meeting with ARF Bureau Representative Hrant Markarian and ARF Bureau member David Lokian centered on “a

Music, A Reflection of the Soul: A Night With Deleyaman

The music of Deleyaman appears to be a contradiction. Both ethereal and earthy, their sound is heavily rooted in the traditions of Armenian folk while embracing the mysticism of the European countryside. The unique harmony the group exudes, at times, seems alien to the ear and almost impossible to describe. Yet when listening to the music, one feels an instant connection to the rhythm and soul of their acoustics.