Artsakh Not Alone: Armenian Church leaders appeal for national unity on landmark Karabakh trip

Armenian political, public and analytical circles believe that the landmark visit of two Armenian Church leaders to Nagorno-Karabakh at a crucial time for the struggling republic will have a lasting impact.

Parliament: In due time, Armenia and int’l community will recognize Karabakh

A bill that would commit Armenia to formally recognizing the independence of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (NKR) was not included in the agenda of the current session of parliament. The authorities call into question the prudence of passing a Karabakh recognition bill now. However, they say that, when a timely opportunity comes, not only Armenia, but also the international community will recognize the independence of NKR.

Minsk Group: OSCE body seeks solutions, not blame

The co-chairs of the Minsk Group of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)] are not responsible for saying who attacked first in military operations, Alexander Iskandaryan, the director of the Yerevan based Caucasus Institute, told media Monday.

ICRC: Fates of all reported missing in April hostilities in Karabakh clarified

The body of an Armenian soldier was returned on April 20 in an operation carried out under the auspices of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).

Karabakh DM: Babayan’s statements are sabotage

Levon Mnatsakanyan, the Nagorno Karabakh Republic Defense Minister and Chief Commander of the Defense Army, said that the statements by former defense chief, Lieutenant-General Samvel Babayan are sabotage against the society in Karabakh and its independence.

AAA calls on Members of Congress to withdraw from Turkish, Azerbaijani Caucuses

The Armenian Assembly of America (AAA) has called upon Members of Congress to withdraw from the Congressional Caucus on Turkey and Turkish Americans and the Congressional Azerbaijan Caucus “in light of the pattern of behavior culminating in the military offensive admittedly initiated by Azerbaijan with the support of Turkish military, personnel, and equipment on April 2nd against Armenia and the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic.”

AGBU: No program in Karabakh hampered by escalation, new activities added

The Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU), which is the world’s largest Armenian non-profit organization, says the latest escalation in Nagorno-Karabakh has not hampered its current programs and activities in the second Armenian republic.

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.

Stay or Go?: Draft bill says Armenia should leave EEU; Republican says ‘no’

There is no need for Armenia to consider withdrawing from the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), Gagik Melikyan, from the Republican faction, told media Friday in response to a draft law before the National Assembly.

Karabakh: Armenian soldier killed amid Sargsyan-Aliyev meeting

Military authorities in the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (NKR) said an Armenian soldier was killed overnight as an internationally mediated meeting between the presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan aimed at reinforcing the ceasefire regime in the conflict zone was in progress in Vienna, Austria.