Topic: Armenia-Azerbaijani border tension

YEREVAN (Combined Sources) — The European Union on Monday, January 22, expressed serious concern at what its foreign policy chief described as territorial claims to Armenia made by Azerbaijani President[...]

YEREVAN ( — Armenia is waiting for a response from Russia to the latest incident at the entry of the Lachin Corridor, Armenian Deputy Foreign Minister Vahan Kostanyan said on Monday,[...]

WASHINGTON (PanARMENIAN.Net) — The United State is calling on Azerbaijan to return troops to their initial positions, Department of State spokesperson Ned Price told a press briefing on Monday, September 26.[...]

YEREVAN (AFP) — Armenia said on January 12 that the number of its soldiers killed in border clashes with Azerbaijan had risen to three, in the most serious outbreak of[...]

YEREVAN – The aggressive steps taken by Azerbaijan on November 15 and 16 have had a great effect on Armenia. It is as if everything has been turned upside down.[...]

While Armenia’s titular ally, the Russian Federation, is distracted by many incidents on its borders, Azerbaijan has been creating facts on the ground to make a final settlement with Armenia[...]

By Karine Ghazaryan On October 18, Armenia’s outspoken human rights ombudsman Arman Tatoyan announced that Azerbaijani forces were fortifying their presence in a small bit of Gegharkunik province where they[...]

BERLIN — As the tensions between Azerbaijan and Armenia escalated in Summer 2020, it became clear to some think tanks and specialists in Germany that this was a kind of[...]

YEREVAN – Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) Stanislav Zas met with Defense Minister Arshak Karapetyan of Armenia in Yerevan on August 9. They discussed the accomplishments[...]

The escalation of violence along Armenia’s borders continues. The incursions began on May 12 by Azerbaijani forces in the Syunik region, where around 1,000 soldiers surrounded Sev Lake and they[...]