Blinken names Nina Hachigian as Special Rep. for Subnational Diplomacy
As Special Representative, Ambassador Hachigian will also lead a newly established Unit for Subnational Diplomacy.
British Embassy “horrified” by video of Azeris shooting Armenian PoWs dead
The British Embassy was “horrified” by a video that shows captured Armenian soldiers being shot by Azerbaijani forces.
Parliament President says CSTO could decide to “withdraw from Armenia”
Alen Simonyan has said that “it is very possible” that the CSTO will decide to “withdraw from Armenia.”
Moscow wants Armenia to become part of Russia, says Pashinyan’s paper
An online media outlet belonging to Pashinyan says that Russia wants Armenia to become part of Russia or the Russia-Belarus Union State.
Armenia sends Azerbaijan’s war crimes video to ECHR, ICJ
A video showing the execution of Armenian servicemen, spreading on social networks since October 2, has been submitted to ECHR and ICJ.
Canada calls for accountability as more Azerbaijani war crimes emerge
Mélanie Joly said that reports of Azerbaijani soldiers executing Armenian prisoners of war are deeply disturbing.
Billionaire philanthropist offered post of Karabakh State Minister
Ruben Vardanyan, who recently moved to Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh), has been appointed State Minister of Republic
U.S. "deeply disturbed" by Azeri soldiers executing unarmed Armenian PoWs
The United States is deeply disturbed by recent reports of Azerbaijani soldiers executing unarmed Armenian prisoners of war.
Armenia, France discuss regional issues, Karabakh settlement
Mirzoyan has emphasized the need for immediate withdrawal of the Azerbaijani armed forces from the territory of Armenia.
Lawyer says Azerbaijani war crimes video geolocated
A lawyer says footage showing Azerbaijani troops murdering Armenian prisoners of war was shot at a position in the province of Syunik.
Pashinyan pledges to use all means to ensure accountability for Azeri war crimes
Pashinyan says Armenia will use all available international mechanisms to ensure accountability for Azeri war crimes.
Armenia suggests holding demarcation meeting sooner than planned
RIA Novosti reported earlier that Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov raised the question on October 2.
Armenia demands clear assessment of “appalling” Azerbaijani war crimes
Armenia has demanded a clear assessment of the appalling war crimes committed by the Azerbaijani armed forces.
Azerbaijan promised but failed to release Armenian PoWs – top official
Azerbaijan promised to release the 17 Armenian prisoners of war captured during its latest military aggression against Armenia by September 30.
Armenia denounces EU’s response to Azerbaijan’s war crimes
Yerevan will not allow any party to “put an equals sign” between the victim of Azerbaijan’s war crimes and the perpetrator.
Armenia encourages discussion mechanism between Karabakh and Azerbaijan
Mirzoyan has stressed the position of Yerevan on the withdrawal of Azerbaijani troops from the sovereign territory of Armenia.
Japan envoy concerned over situation in Armenia after Azeri aggression
The diplomat was among the ambassadors who visited the areas affected by Azerbaijan's aggression and occupation.
Pashinyan says Armenia expects clear political assessment from CSTO
Pashinyan has addressed the expectations from the CSTO and the possibility of Armenia's withdrawal from the organization.
California declares Armenian Genocide remembrance day a state holiday
Gevin Newsom signed a bill declaring April 24 a state holiday in remembrance of the Armenian Genocide.
U.S. sanctions Armenia-based company over Russia
The Treasury has designated two third-country entities, including one in Armenia, supporting Radioavtomatika.
Azerbaijani aggression: Armenia still hasn’t evacuated all bodies
Armenia has not been able to evacuate all the bodies of soldiers killed in Azerbaijan’s recent aggression.
Armenian, Azerbaijani Foreign Ministers to meet on Oct 2
The Foreign Ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan will meet in Geneva. On Sunday, October 2, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson says.
Russia says Armenia “one step away” from lifting the long-term transport blockade
Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexei Overchuk believes Armenia is “on the verge of” lifting the long-term transport blockade.
India’s Armenia envoy “surprised” at weapons supply reports
Kishan Dan Dewal has said that he was surprised at reports alleging that his country is going to supply weapons to Armenia.
Lavrov: Deployment of CSTO observers on Armenian-Azeri border under discussion
The deployment of observers to resolve the conflict on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border is being discussed, Sergei Lavrov has said.
Dutch envoy "affected" by damage in Azeri-attacked Armenian towns
Dutch ambassador to Armenia Nico Skhermers is “affected” by the scale of damage in several Armenian towns.
Armenia reports relatively stable situation on Azerbaijani border
The Defense Ministry on Friday, September 30 reported a relatively stable situation on the Armenian Azerbaijani border.
Yerevan: Baku’s latest attack seeks to disrupt upcoming contacts
The Foreign Ministry said Armenia will continue to protect its sovereignty and territorial integrity by all means.
Armenia to increase defense budget by half
Lawmaker from the Civil Contract party Babken Tunyan has said that Armenia's defense expenditures will increase "significantly".
“Absolute necessity”: Pashinyan wants int’l observer mission on border
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said that the deployment of an international observer mission on the Armenian border is an “absolute necessity”.
Armenia credits U.S. for creating “additional security guarantees” in region
The involvement of the United States in the region creates additional security guarantees, Armen Grigoryan has said.
"Senseless victims feed hate and instability" in Caucasus, says EU envoy
Toivo Klaar has said that "the senseless victims" of the recent escalation on the Armenian-Azerbaijani "feed hate and instability".
Media: India to export missiles, rockets and ammunition to Armenia
India has signed a significant export order for missiles, rockets and ammunition to Armenia, a fresh report says.
Three Armenian soldiers killed as Azerbaijan violates ceasefire again
Three Armenian servicemen were killed in Azerbaijan’s latest ceasefire violation on Wednesday, September 28.
EBRD: Solid recovery of Armenia’s economy carries growth momentum into 2022
The solid recovery of the economy in Armenia seen in 2021 carried strong growth momentum into 2022, EBRD says.
Macron defends Armenia’s territorial integrity in call with Aliyev
Macron spoke to Aliyev on September 27 and reminded him about the need to respect the territorial integrity of Armenia.
Armenian, Azerbaijani officials meet in Washington
The Secretary of Armenia's Security Council has met with an Azerbaijani presidential aide in Washington.
Senate legislation seeks end to end U.S. security aid to Azerbaijan
Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chair Bob Menendez and senior member Marco Rubio have introduced the legislation.
France to “promptly” send defense delegation to Armenia
France will “promptly” send a defense delegation to Armenia, Minister of the Armed Forces Sébastien Lecornu has said.
Wizz Air launches direct Armenia-Italy flights
The budget carrier will fly from Yerevan to Rome twice a week on Mondays and Fridays beginning from September 26.
U.S. calls on Azerbaijan to return troops to initial positions
The United State is calling on Azerbaijan to return troops to their initial positions, Ned Price has said.
Pashinyan calls for int’l mission to regions affected by Azeri occupation
Azerbaijan’s actions cannot be described in any way other than “deliberate aggression”, Nikol Pashinyan has said.
Macron says told Aliyev lack of demarcated borders no excuse to attack Armenia
Macron has told Aliyev that that the absence of demarcated borders can’t justify any advance into the territory of another country.
ANCA: U.S. policymakers mull sale of arms to Armenia
Policymakers in the United States are considering the sale of arms to help Armenia defend itself against Azerbaijan, ANCA said.
44-Day War: Armenians mark second anniversary
September 27 marks the second anniversary of the beginning of the 44-day war unleashed by Azerbaijan against Nagorno-Karabakh.
Viva-MTS continues 3-month orthosis program for injured soldiers
Harout from Kornidzor has been through the war and knows the value of the country’s independence first hand.
Azerbaijan asks ECHR for more time to provide info about Armenian PoWs
The request was approved by the court, and September 29 has been designated as the new deadline for Azerbaijan.
$25 million to support private sector in Armenia
Acba Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) have teamed up for the project.
Armenia reports 1431 new coronavirus cases, 4 deaths in past week
A total of 5523 tests have been performed in the past week, the National Center For Disease Control and Prevention said.
Armenia PM due in France Sept 26
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan left for the French Republic on a working visit on Monday, September 26, his office said.