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Russia -- Cars drive past an office of VTB bank in Moscow, 29Apr2013

U.S. Warns Armenia Over Sanctions Against Russia

The United States has urged Armenia to avoid doing business with Russian companies and individual entrepreneurs that have been subjected to U.S. sanctions in retaliation for Moscow’s alleged role in the Ukraine crisis.

Russia -- The headquarters of Russian Foreign Ministry rising in central Moscow, April 5, 2012

Russia Slams U.S. ‘Threats’ To Armenia

Russia condemned the United States on Thursday for warning Armenia against business dealings with Russian firms that have been sanctioned by Washington as well as the European Union.

Azerbaijan - Human rights activist Leyla Yunus speaks in Baku.

Western Watchdogs Alarmed By Another Azeri Arrest

Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International demanded on Thursday the immediate release of another Azerbaijani civil society member arrested on charges of spying for Armenia.

Nagorno-Karabakh -- Armenian soldiers of the self-proclaimed republic of Nagorno-Karabagh walk in a trench at the frontline on the border with Azerbaijan near the town of Martakert, 06Jul2012

More Fighting Reported In Karabakh

Two Armenian and at least one Azerbaijani soldiers were killed on Thursday in continuing ceasefire violations along “the line of contact” around Nagorno-Karabakh.

Press Review

“Haykakan Zhamanak” quotes a senior Russian official, Sergey Shukhno, as saying that Western economic sanctions imposed on Russia because of the crisis in Ukraine will not affect the ongoing formation of the Russian-led Eurasian Economic Union (EEU).


Azerbaijan Set For New Arms Deal With Russia

Azerbaijan is reportedly poised to buy advanced military aircraft from Russia in addition to billions of dollars worth of other Russian-made weapons acquired in the past several years.

Russian Banks In Armenia Downplay Western Sanctions

The Armenian subsidiaries of two leading Russian commercial banks sanctioned by the European Union and the United States in connection with the Ukraine crisis ruled out on Wednesday any serious impact on their operations.

Yerevan Reaffirms Support For Karabakh Peace Plan

President Serzh Sarkisian underlined on Wednesday his apparent differences with the political leadership of Nagorno-Karabakh when he reiterated that international mediators’ existing plan to end the conflict with Azerbaijan is largely acceptable to Armenia.

Sarkisian ‘Still Undecided’ On Parliamentary Republic

President Serzh Sarkisian wants to curtail sweeping constitutional powers enjoyed by him but has yet to decide whether Armenia must be transformed into a parliamentary republic, one of his political allies said on Tuesday.


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Վիդեո Exclusive Interview With Senior U.S. District Judge

The Honorable John C. Coughenour, Senior United States District Judge for the Western District of Washington, was in Armenia to participate in a seminar for Armenian judges and a seminar for law students and recent graduates.

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Australia Must Dismiss Foreign Minister For Denying the Armenian Genocide

The Turkish Sabah newspaper published last week the following disturbing news: “Australian FM: Armenian Case not Genocide.”
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