RA President to depart for Saint Petersburg for CIS informal summit

RA President to depart for Saint Petersburg for CIS informal summit

June 8, 2007 - 15:33 AMT  07:53 GMT
The Presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan are scheduled to meet in Saint Petersburg.
Baku agreed on Moscow-Washington joint use of Gabala radar base

Baku agreed on Moscow-Washington joint use of Gabala radar base

June 8, 2007 - 15:20 AMT  07:53 GMT
Elmar Mammadyarov: Azerbaijan is ready to hold consultations with the United States and Russia in bilateral or trilateral format.
ANCA welcome Chilean Senate's recognition of Armenian Genocide

ANCA welcome Chilean Senate's recognition of Armenian Genocide

June 8, 2007 - 15:07 AMT  07:53 GMT
Aram Hamparian: the Chilean government's principled stand further isolates Turkey and shines the spotlight of international public opinion on the remaining countries - the United States sadly among them.
U.S. Department of State: Washington didn't negotiate with Azerbaijan on anti-missile systems

U.S. Department of State: Washington didn't negotiate with Azerbaijan on anti-missile systems

June 8, 2007 - 14:30 AMT  07:53 GMT
Installation of anti-missile assets is being discussed with Poland and Czechia only.

Kocharyan- Aliyev meeting in Saint Petersburg will be the regular but never the last one

June 7, 2007 - 19:02 AMT  07:53 GMT
The closer the date of the meeting of the Presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan is, the "more active" the atmosphere around the resolution of the Karabakh Conflict becomes. The Presidents are supposed to meet on June 9 within the frames of CIS non-formal Summit. Over the last week the outcomes of the meeting have been discussed a lot. Statements about "the happy ending being close" made by the OSCE Co-Chairs are most probably meant for the public, rather than for the participants of the negotiation process.
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