| 28.09.15 | 11:07
The latest escalation of the situation on the border of Armenia and Azerbaijan as well as along the line of contact in around Nagorno-Karabakh was followed by a meeting of the Armenian and Azerbaijani foreign ministers in New York and the statement of the OSCE Minsk Group. But analysts still find it difficult to predict the future course of the Karabakh conflict settlement. There are opinions that the OSCE Minsk Group will collapse, some speak about the inevitability of war, but other expert say that the Karabakh problem may be close to some sort of resolution.
| 25.09.15 | 10:19
President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan will travel to New York to attend the United Nations General Assembly session there, Eduard Sharmazanov, a spokesman for the Sargsyan-led ruling Republican Party of Armenia (RPA), announced late on Thursday after a meeting of the RPA’s executive body. However, the Armenian side has no information whether there is going to be a meeting between Sargsyan and his Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev on the margins of the UN event.
| 16.09.15 | 11:57
The summit of the Collective Security Treaty Organization, a Russia-led military bloc involving six former Soviet countries, including Armenia, ended in the Tajik capital of Dushanbe on September 15. Armenia assumed the chairmanship of the organization till the next such gathering in 2016.
| 09.09.15 | 12:58
Former Armenian president Robert Kocharyan is still very much in the political game and his publications in the media are a reminder of it, political analysts in Armenia believe.
| 07.09.15 | 10:24
The Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Ministry has issued a statement, slamming Azerbaijan’s “criminal tactics” of bringing the tensions in the conflict zone closer to war and warning Baku that it will be responsible for the further escalation of the situation and “ensuing consequences”.
| 04.09.15 | 10:37
The situation in Turkey that is going through some internal political upheavals and is having serious problems with Kurds cannot but have its influences on the situation in the Caucasus where Azerbaijan appears to have been deprived of much of Ankara’s attention, including in terms of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
| 04.09.15 | 10:21
Two years after declaring its intention to become a member of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) Armenia has still failed to register any positive result and the statements that joining the EEU was driven by Armenia’s interests do not corresponding to the reality, a number of public and political figures in Armenia believe.
| 31.08.15 | 12:46
A new political season that promises to become a turning point in the sense of changing the form of government has begun in Armenia. A set of constitutional amendments that, among other things, imply Armenia’s transformation from the current semi-presidential form of government to a parliamentary one has been submitted to the National Assembly. President Serzh Sargsyan has already launched a series of consultations with representatives of political parties.
| 30.07.15 | 10:05
Even before the international decision on the gradual lifting of sanctions against Iran, the Islamic Republic has started to actively develop its international political and economic relations, including with Armenia.
| 20.07.15 | 10:49
The Investigative Committee of Armenia has received the materials of the case thus far examined by the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation in relation to the January massacre of an Armenian family in Gyumri blamed on a Russian soldier.