Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Displaced By War: Karabakh family wants peace to return to native village

Residents of a northeastern Karabakh village were awakened from their sleep on the night of April 2 to face a new reality: the dark sky was lit up by Azeri shells, which turned into a downpour within seconds causing vast devastation to the peaceful community.

Stepanakert’s Perspective: President Sahakyan says Karabakh’s return to negotiating table necessary

Any solution to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict suggested during negotiations will be incomplete without full participation of Artsakh, announced the unrecognized republic’s President Bako Sahakyan late on Thursday.

Sargsyan to Medvedev: Azerbaijan used weapons purchased from Russia

Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan raised the issue of Russian deliveries of armaments to Azerbaijan, saying that they were “fully used” in the latest outbreak of violence in the Karabakh conflict zone, as he received Russia’s Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev late on Thursday.

Diplomacy v Cannons: Mediators working to bring Karabakh conflict parties back to negotiating table

Despite occasional gunfire and violations at the line of contact and the Armenian-Azerbaijani border, the military and politicians agree that the ceasefire arrangement reached in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone on April 5, after several days of deadly fighting, is largely holding. Active processes are now taking place in the diplomatic arena.

Healing the Wounds: Soldiers from Karabakh getting treatment at military hospital in Yerevan

Hayk Torosyan, a 19-year-old-conscript of Nagorno-Karabakh’s Defense Army, is one of the 121 soldiers who got wounded during four-day hostilities at the line of contact with Azerbaijan.

Russia: Karabakh settlement deal “practically ready”

Practically all elements of a Nagorno-Karabakh settlement are “on the table”, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said following talks with his Azerbaijani and Iranian counterparts in Baku on Thursday.