Yerevan Condemns Any Violence in Near East

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia condemns any violence in the Near East, RA Foreign Minister Vartan Oskanian told reporters today. In his words, Yerevan considers inadmissible taking hostage and appliance of force that claims human lives. The sides should stop hostilities and proceed to talks, he added.



When asked whether he is going to file his candidacy for President, the RA FM stated he has no intention to run for the post. In his words, he plans activities in the foreign policy. At that Vartan Oskanian assured he will not join any political party and neither of parties has made proposal of the kind.
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