Topic: Armenian-Azerbaijani relations

YEREVAN — Dadivank still is not able to receive Armenian pilgrims and it is not known when pilgrims will be able to participate in the liturgy in the ancient monastery. The Primate of the Artsakh Diocese, Bishop Vrtanes Abrahamyan, told[...]

YEREVAN (primeminister.am) — At the December 16 cabinet meeting of the Armenian government, before starting the discussion of the agenda, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan presented the agreements reached during the trilateral meeting[...]

BRUSSELS (www.consilium.europa.eu) — President of the European Council Charles Michel hosted President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev and Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan for a discussion on the[...]

By Joshua Kucera An international court has ordered Armenia and Azerbaijan to “prevent the incitement and promotion of racial hatred” against one another, and for Azerbaijan to protect Armenian cultural sites on its territory and to[...]

PARIS – Since the start of the premeditated aggression by Turkish-Azerbaijani forces on Artsakh territory, French journalist Jean-Christophe Buisson, deputy director of Le Figaro magazine, the most widely read news weekly in France, has[...]

By Davit Safaryan Special to the Mirror-Spectator Experts interested in the improvement of Armenian-Turkish and Armenian-Azerbaijani relations supposed that early parliamentary elections in Armenia would lead to intense processes of[...]

YERASKH, Armenia – Sporadic armed clashes have reportedly taken place throughout the week between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces both on Armenia’s eastern border with occupied Karvajar and along the Azerbaijani-controlled exclave of[...]