Brussels

My recent articles, including those published by the Armenian Mirror Spectator, have focused on whether Armenia is shifting towards the West and if the West is willing to embrace Armenia.[...]

BRUSSELS (Public Radio of Armenia) —  A roundtable discussion titled “The Geopolitical Developments in the South Caucasus: Focus on Armenia and Artsakh took place at the Belgian Senate.” The event,[...]

BRUSSELS (Public Radio of Armenia) — Armenia and the European Union have decided to launch work on an ambitious new partnership agenda, EU High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy[...]

BRUSSELS (Armenpress) — Armenia presented its Crossroads of Peace project at the Global Gateway Investors Forum in Brussels on January 30. The project was presented by Deputy Minister of Territorial[...]

By Heghine Buniatian and Karelen Aslanian YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — The European Union may succeed in organizing next month a potentially decisive meeting of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Azerbaijani President[...]

BRUSSELS — On October 1, more than 5,000 European Armenians gathered in front of the European Parliament in Brussels. The protest was organized by the group Europeans for Artsakh. It[...]

On May 14, 2023, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev met in Brussels. The meeting was facilitated by President of the European Council Charles Michel, who[...]

By Nane Sahakian BRUSSELS (RFE/RL) — The European Union announced on Monday, February 20, the launch of a new and more long-term monitoring mission to Armenia’s volatile border with Azerbaijan[...]

STRASBOURG (Panorama) — An exhibition on endangered heritage of Artsakh opened at the European parliament at the initiative of MEP Nathalie Loiseau on November 28. The exhibition showcases the destruction[...]

YEREVAN — I got acquainted with Seda Devletian Papazian, a Belgian-Armenian now living in Yerevan, at the presentation of my book about Rouben Mamoulian. I appreciated that a repatriate who[...]