Stepanakert

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The lead researcher at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) and editor-in-chief of the International Analysis magazine, Sergey Markedonov, is convinced that if it were not for Russia, Azerbaijan would have caused a storm in Stepanakert, and Turkey would have invaded Armenia from Gyumri. In response to the observation made during the online …

Analysis

One hundred years ago on March 16, 1921, two then-unrecognized states of the international community- Bolshevik Russia and Kemalist Turkey- signed an agreement in Moscow that de facto predetermined the future of our region. The agreement on Armenia was signed without Armenia and it was imposed on Armenia by military means using insiders. A significant …

Politics

SYDNEY & CANBERRA: The New South Wales Parliament’s Australia-Armenia Parliamentary Friendship Group has joined growing calls from Federal Australian parliamentarians for the Australian Government to provide emergency humanitarian aid to assist the displaced, injured and captured Armenians from the 2020 Nagorno Karabakh War. The Armenian National Committee of Australia (ANC-AU) has revealed its recent meetings …

Artsakh

A video was shared on YouTube in which the former mayor of Hadrut, Vahan Savadyan, spoke about how Hadrut was actually handed over to Azerbaijan. He also asked the President of Artsakh, Arayik Harutyunyan, several questions. “Perhaps Arayik Harutyunyan should say directly that his friends ran away. They left him there and they ran away. …

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“They said, ‘It’s a ceasefire, it’s the end, Shushi was captured, we’re going to Martakert.’ That is what our commander told us. We will go to Stepanakert, Arayik Harutyunyan will give whoever caught that Turk their medals, and we will go home,” Arman Gharibyan remembered the events of November 1st. When I expressed shock due …

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CANBERRA: Minister for Foreign Affairs Marise Payne has reaffirmed the Australian Government’s support for the OSCE Minsk Group process, highlighting “equal rights and self-determination of people” as one of the three equal principles that must guide Nagorno Karabakh to permanent peace following the bloody war of 2020, reported the Armenian National Committee of Australia. On …

Artsakh

The Armenian Mirror-Spectator by Haykaram Nahapetyan STEPANAKERT – Amid hardships, Artsakh is making serious efforts to recover in the aftermath of the recent war. Stepanakert is being rebuilt, new construction projects are set up, and business becomes tax-exempt in Nagorno Karabakh. Meanwhile, Artsakh citizens celebrated the 33rd year of the modern Karabakh struggle. In February …

Politics

CANBERRA: The Armenian National Committee of Australia has appealed to Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne, requesting emergency aid from the Australian Government to assist in alleviating the stress placed on Armenia due to it facing a full-scale humanitarian crisis. On the 27th September 2020, Azerbaijani forces launched large-scale air and artillery strikes along their entire …

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The Armenian Weekly. “Where are your refugees, who are they, what did they lose?” questioned Anna Astvatsaturian Turcotte who announced the launch of her eponymous Foundation last week. “All of them lost something,” she explained in an interview with the Weekly, whether homes, employment or access to education. Astvatsaturian Turcotte told the Weekly the story of the foundation’s …