Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan

Death Toll Rises as War Continues YEREVAN (Combined Sources) — As the war is stretching into its third week, the casualties are mounting and the entire Republic of Artsakh is under attack, as is Armenia. Reflecting that sense of[...]

By Philippe Raffi Kalfayan Special to the Mirror-Spectator The current coverage of recent events focuses on the war, namely its human and material losses. War is raging between the Armenian armed forces, on one side, and the Azerbaijani[...]

STEPANAKERT (Combined Sources) — The grim news continued on October 8. The Azerbaijani forces again bombarded Stepanakert and Shushi in Artsakh, and the heavily damaged Holy Savior (Ghazanchetsots) Cathedral was again hit. Artsakh Public[...]

The war in Karabakh has caught the attention of major world powers because in an interconnected world, all conflicts are the result of the intersection of the interests of many countries, although they may seem to relate only to a certain[...]

  YEREVAN (Combined Sources) — Fighting continues in Armenia and Karabakh. The following is a recap of some of the weekend’s events. According to Armenia’s Defense Ministry Spokesperson Shushan Stepanyan, who has an active[...]

YEREVAN — In honor of the 75th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations, Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan delivered an address virtually. The address was delivered on September 25, before the Azerbaijani and Turkish[...]

YEREVAN — On September 21, Armenia celebrated the 29th anniversary of its independence. Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan delivered a message of congratulations, adding his long-term vision for the country. Armenia should nearly double its[...]

During the last six centuries, the concept and reality of a homeland have been lost and found, yet Armenians have survived after losing their homeland and have struggled to recover it from the ashes of history. Today, as we celebrate the[...]

The strategic balance in the Caucasus is undergoing a rapid transformation. Russia is viewed by the West as a shrinking power and that is why NATO and the US have ensnared Georgia, moving it away from Russia’s grip. Turkey seems to be a[...]

YEREVAN (Armenpress) — Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan ruled out any military solution to the Nagorno Karabakh conflict during an appearance on the BBC news program “HARDTalk” on August 14. He spoke about his proposed formula[...]