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Dr. Tatoyan Wraps Up 2-Week Delegation Trip to California

Asbarez 04 Dec 2021
LOS ANGELES—Human Rights Defender of the Republic of Armenia Dr ... Tatoyan also spoke at a press conference to local and community media, providing a report on the Armenia-Azerbaijan border as well as presenting on his latest reports on Azerbaijan’s torture and abuse of Armenian prisoners of war and civilian captives.
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Armenia, Azerbaijan agree to ease tension

The New Arab 27 Nov 2021
Armenia's Pashinyan said the talks were held in an "open" and "positive" atmosphere ... Baku and Ankara have pressed actively for the reopening of a historic land link uniting Azerbaijan with its exclave of Nakhichevan and further on to Turkey via Armenia's Syunik province, as stipulated in last November's ceasefire agreement.
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Hall of Fame defensive lineman Curley Culp dies at 75

Caledonian Record 27 Nov 2021
KANSAS CITY, Mo ... He was 75. Culp announced this month that he had been diagnosed with stage 4 cancer ... “Curley’s humility and grace were always apparent.” ... “I guess I proved them wrong,” Culp told The Associated Press in a 2013 phone interview ... +3. Putin. Talks with Armenia, Azerbaijan leaders 'constructive'. +2 ... +3 ... ——— ... Copyright 2021 The Associated Press.
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Yerevan Says Ankara and Baku Continue ‘Policy of Genocide’

Asbarez 24 Nov 2021
The subject of normalizing relations between Armenia and Turkey came up during an online press conference on Tuesday with Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who wondered out loud whether Ankara and Baku “want to continue the policy of Genocide.” ... During a virtual press ...
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Pashinyan, Putin and Aliyev to Meet in Sochi on Friday

Asbarez 24 Nov 2021
During a virtual press conference on Tuesday, Pashinyan explained that Armenia was ready for the November 9 online meeting, “if that meeting would resolve a specific issue, such the return of POWs.” Pashinyan told reporters that he expressed that the date—November 9—is “a hard day” for Armenians.
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Pashinyan Blasts Baku for Pursuing ‘Territorial Claims’ from Armenia

Asbarez 24 Nov 2021
Azerbaijan has adopted a policy of continuous aggression against Armenia and the issue must become part of the international community’s discussion, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said during an online press conference on Tuesday. He also blasted Baku for pursuing what he called “territorial claims” from Armenia.
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Shuttle Diplomacy Ahead of Sochi Meeting on Friday

Asbarez 24 Nov 2021
Ahead of his visit to Yerevan, Overchuk met with Aliyev in Baku, where, according to the president’s press office the two “exchanged views” on the activities of the trilateral working group and “expressed confidence that unblocking of transport links between Armenia and ...
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Armenian PM: Hotline with Azerbaijan set up after clashes

Mooresville Tribune 23 Nov 2021
By AVET DEMOURIAN Associated Press. YEREVAN, Armenia (AP) — Armenia has reached an agreement with Azerbaijan to establish a hotline between their defense chiefs after last week's deadly clashes on their border, the Armenian prime minister said Tuesday ... Copyright 2021 The Associated Press.
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Armenia 'open to normalising relations with Turkey'

The New Arab 23 Nov 2021
In discussions with Russian partners, we have told them that we are ready to normalise relations without preconditions," Hunanyan said in a press briefing, according to Armenia's Arka News Agency ... Turkey was one of the first countries to recognise Armenia's independence from the former Soviet Union but closed its border with Armenia in 1993.
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‘Russia Takes its Obligations Seriously,’ Moscow Says

Asbarez 18 Nov 2021
The Russian foreign ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova on Wednesday emphasize Moscow’s commitments when asked about the Armenia-Russia strategic agreement signed in 1997 ... Zakharova told the press that through Moscow’s mediation efforts, a ceasefire was established on the Armenia-Azerbaijan border.
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As Putin Pushes Border Demarcation, Yerevan Says Russian Proposals ‘Acceptable’

Asbarez 18 Nov 2021
President Vladimir Putin of Russia on Thursday, once again, pressed for the demarcation and delimitation of borders between Armenia and Azerbaijan ... Addressing diplomats in Moscow, Putin sounded optimistic about the prospects of the process, but said that Azerbaijan’s attack on Armenia on Tuesday signaled that the situation remained tense.
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