Topic: Russia-Ukraine war

MUNICH (Armenpress) — On February 19, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan took part in a press conference with members of the local Armenian community after participating in the Munich Security Conference.[...]

WATERTOWN — The May 22 declaration by Armenian Premier Nikol Pashinyan that Armenia acknowledges Azerbaijan’s territorial integrity, including what remains of Karabakh, has the Armenian world reeling. The 30-some year[...]

KIEV — Archbishop Vicken Aykazian, Diocesan Legate and Ecumenical Director of the Eastern Diocese, was one of the global church leaders visiting Ukraine last week, to meet with church and[...]

NEW YORK (Azatutyun) — Armenia abstained late on Thursday, February 23, from voting on a UN General Assembly resolution demanding that Russia immediately and unconditionally withdraw its troops from Ukraine.[...]

Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev has repeatedly announced that the Karabakh conflict is over because Baku has solved it through brute force. Azerbaijani officials, in their turn, never miss the opportunity[...]

PRAGUE (RFE/RL) — The economy of Armenia may be among the latest victims of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Thousands of workers at the country’s largest textile factory are facing layoffs[...]