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Unprecedented attack on a diplomatic mission of #Azerbaijan in Europe

Unprecedented attack on a diplomatic mission of #Azerbaijan in Europe

| July 25, 2020

A violent rally accompanied by acts of vandalism by Armenian diaspora took place in front the Embassy of Azerbaijan in Brussels on 22 July 2020. Demonstrators even tried to penetrate the Mission building with a clear aim of doing more harm. This was the continuation of the very recent attack to the premises of the […]

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Time for “Big Brothers” in the Karabakh conflict?

Time for “Big Brothers” in the Karabakh conflict?

| July 15, 2020

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev has warned that Armenia’s political and military leadership will “bear the entire responsibility for the provocation.” His comments come after the latest deadly clashes between the two sides. The clashes occurred some 300 km from the mountainous enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh which Armenia and Azerbaijan have been fighting over for decades. The […]

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#Coronavirus – EU channels further assistance to Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine and Belarus

#Coronavirus – EU channels further assistance to Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine and Belarus

| June 29, 2020

This week, an Emergency Medical Team of 10 doctors and nurses from Italy are preparing their mission to Armenia, via the EU Civil Protection Mechanism. They will provide further assistance in addition to last week’s deployed medical experts from Lithuania. In addition, in response to requests for assistance under the Mechanism, Poland has offered disinfectant, […]

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#Coronavirus – EU medical team deployed to #Armenia

#Coronavirus – EU medical team deployed to #Armenia

| June 22, 2020

A team of medical experts from Lithuania is on their way to Armenia, mobilized via the EU Civil Protection Mechanism. The team consists of volunteers and members of the Lithuanian coronavirus crisis management team who will work alongside their Armenian colleagues to fight the virus for an initial 14 days. Crisis Management Commissioner Janez Lenarčič, Commissioner said: […]

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What has changed in #Armenia a year after the revolution?

What has changed in #Armenia a year after the revolution?

| February 6, 2020

Most people know Armenia as a country where Kardashians descend from, some know it as an ancient country with primarily Christian churches, others for its history of the Armenian genocide, yet in May 2018 it became famous for its peaceful, no-bullet velvet revolution when hundreds of thousands people took to the streets in Armenia, rejecting […]

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#Armenia – EU puts  democratic reforms at the hear of its discussions with Armenia

#Armenia – EU puts  democratic reforms at the hear of its discussions with Armenia

| February 3, 2020

In a phone call between the President of the European Council Charles Michel and the Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan took place today (3 February). The president of the European Council and the prime minister of Armenia discussed the EU-Armenia relations. Both parties pledged to further develop EU-Armenia bilateral cooperation, including commercial ties. Armenia’s […]

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#Armenia at risk of an encroaching totalitarian regime

#Armenia at risk of an encroaching totalitarian regime

| May 21, 2019

The second president of Armenia, Robert Kocharyan (pictured), was released on 18 May, on the personal guarantees of the current and former presidents of the Republic of Karabakh.  Robert Kocharyan has been held in pre-trial detention in violation of his human rights since the court of appeal decision in December 2018. On Saturday 18 May, […]

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