Turkey's mentality unchanged even a century after Genocide: Deputy FM
Speaking about the situation in the Nagorno Karabakh conflict zone, Recep Tayyip Erdogan said “Armenia is playing with fire.”
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MP: President warns against anti-Russian hysteria
According to the MP, the President said “we have to do better to avoid surprise attacks by the rival and be able to adequately retaliate.”
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Karabakh refutes use of banned ammunition
“Azerbaijan usually employs arms banned under int’l convention and then attempts to turn everything upside down,” Senor Hasratyan said.
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Armenian, Russian Foreign Ministers talk Karabakh amid escalation
Both sides agreed that the 1994-1995 ceasefire agreement, which has no time limitations, should be maintained and further strengthened.
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Armenian President sacks top military officials
Accordingly, Deputy Defense Minister – head of logistics department Alik Mirzabekyan was relieved of his duties.
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Armenia slams Azeri move to unilaterally denounce a 1994 ceasefire
Azerbaijan’s step grossly breaches May 1994 ceasefire agreement, as well as casts doubt on the July 1994 agreement.
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Azeri troops fire from RPG-7 grenade launcher towards Armenian positions
The Armenian Armed Forces retaliated only in case of extreme necessity and continue controlling the situation on the border.
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Russia doesn’t equate relations with Armenia and Azerbaijan: envoy
Speaking in Yerevan, Volynkin said emotions may now prevail the Armenia-Russia relations, which are, however, hard to shake.”
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Armenia President: Karabakh people determined to be free
“Since independence we have adopted a multi-vector policy trying to develop relations with all our neighbors,” Serzh Sargsyan said.
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Int’l community must eradicate all cases of genocidal conduct: President
“Any reasonable adjudication of a crime requires recognition of the rights of the victims concerning their losses and suffering,” he said.
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