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Armenian PM calls for judiciary clean-up: What vetting envisages
Vetting is the set of processes for assessing the integrity of individuals (such as their adherence to relevant human rights standards) in order to determine their suitability for public employment. Countries transitioning to democracy and peace often utilize such processes to ensure that abusive or incompetent public employees are excluded from future public service.
The Talysh expect cooperation from Armenia
The Talysh have failed to do what Armenians did in early 1990s by liberating Artsakh. The self-proclaimed Talysh-Mughan Autonomous Republic embracing seven administrative districts that was established in June 1993 had a two-month life. The military rebellion was swiftly suppressed and the republic ceased existing in August 1993.
Cease-fire agreements as a guideline for enhancing effectiveness of Karabakh peace process
On the 25th anniversary of the trilateral ceasefire agreement signed between Nagorno Karabakh, Azerbaijan and Armenia, the Foreign Minister said “the cease-fire agreement can serve as a guideline for enhancing the effectiveness of the peace process.”
Armenia's 'Velvet Revolution' a contribution to Eastern Partnership - FM
According to the Foreign Minister, the Armenia-EU CEPA represents an alternative avenue for attaining an enhanced and strategically reinforced partnership between Armenia and the EU beyond the Association Agreement format.
How Azerbaijan is "preparing" its people to peace
The Azerbaijani-Turkish military exercises on the territory of Azerbaijan are unprecedented against the background of the OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs’ call to prepare peoples to peace, President of the Against Legal Arbitrariness NGO, former Human Rights Defender Larisa Alaverdyan told a press conference today.
Turkey's policy unchanged 104 years after the Armenian Genocide, experts say
Speaking to reporters today, Safrastyan said the voice of brave representatives of Turkey, who had been trying to speak the truth about the Armenian genocide, has now weakened. H believes the trend will be maintained in the coming years.
Bagrat Estukyan: Erdogan's loss in major cities not unexpected
Bagrat Estukyan, editor-in-chief of the Armenian language department of Istanbul's Agos newspaper, says the results are not surprising. He is confident that the hard social-economic situation in the country could not but affect the vote.
Pashinyan vs. Pashinyan: European Court addresses questions to Armenian government
In January 2019 the Court sent inquiries to the Armenian government under a case of complaint it received from opposition politician Nikol Pashinyan back in 2010. Now he heads the cabinet, which has to answer the questions.