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European structures try to avoid issues referring to unrecognized republics

European structures try to avoid issues referring to unrecognized republics

May 24, 2008 - 19:08 AMT  13:02 GMT
Tigran Torosian: Europe's attitude about Karabakh is incorrect.
OSCE MG: Karabakh status in exchange for 5 regions

OSCE MG: Karabakh status in exchange for 5 regions

May 24, 2008 - 19:05 AMT  13:02 GMT
Upon return of five regions, Karabakh is free to proceed to status talks with Azerbaijan, Bernard Fassier said.
Legal, historical and cultural factors should be taken into account while resolving Karabakh problem

Legal, historical and cultural factors should be taken into account while resolving Karabakh problem

May 24, 2008 - 19:02 AMT  13:02 GMT
Ashot Ghulyan: the current slippage in the negotiation process and the looming threat of deadlock speak about misunderstanding.
Mediation should aim at cementing ceasefire

Mediation should aim at cementing ceasefire

May 24, 2008 - 18:56 AMT  13:02 GMT
Vladimir Kazimirov: currently, the mediators proceed from inadmissibility pf resumption of hostilities.
The Presbyterian Church of Scotland calls on UK to recognize Armenian Genocide

The Presbyterian Church of Scotland calls on UK to recognize Armenian Genocide

May 24, 2008 - 18:48 AMT  13:02 GMT
The Church followed the example of the Presbyterian Church of Wales which called on the UK government to recognize the Genocide in 2006.
Circumstances against Armenia in Karabakh issue, RA ex-Foreign Minister says

Circumstances against Armenia in Karabakh issue, RA ex-Foreign Minister says

May 24, 2008 - 18:41 AMT  13:02 GMT
Vartan Oskanian: I think that the document at the table is the best and I am hopeful Azerbaijan won't reject it.

Does Georgia equally belong to all its citizens regardless the nationality?

May 22, 2008 - 21:08 AMT  13:02 GMT
After the declaration of independence of Georgia and a short period of time when the head of the country was the first President of Georgia Zviada Gamsakhurdia, who in his term was the founder of the slogan "Georgia - for Georgians", Tbilisi could not work out a clear and a sequential strategy of the national policy. What is at the moment being done by the administration of Michael Sahakashvili is more like a game played with the Armenian community, which will end after the election.
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