Dec 5 2013 - 09:52
Azerbaijani and Armenian Foreign Ministers Elmar Mammadyarov and Edward Nalbandian met in Kiev yesterday, Armenia Today reports.Co-chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group Igor Popov, Jacques Faure and James Warlick and Personal Representative of OSCE Chairman-in-Office Andrzej Kasprzyk took part in the talks.
Dec 4 2013 - 11:37
Azerbaijani and Armenian Foreign Ministers Elmar Mammadyarov and Edward Nalbandian will meet in Kiev today, Vesti.az reports.They will discuss the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. They will meet within the framework of the OSCE Council of Foreign Ministers.
Dec 3 2013 - 19:32
Armenian Foreign Minister Edvard Nalbandyan says the country's relations with Iraq are developing rapidly and have improved greatly in the last few years. The two nations now successfully cooperate in the spheres of business, culture and politics.
Dec 3 2013 - 15:24
Sergey Markov, Head of the Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Alexander Karavayev, Deputy Director General of the MSU IAC, and Yevgeny Korchevoy, Director of the WTO-Inform Analytical Center, have rounded up Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Armenia.
Dec 2 2013 - 20:23
A press conference of the heads of Russia and Armenia took place in Yerevan as a result of today's meeting between the two presidents. Economic cooperation between Russia and Armenia was the main theme of the meeting. President Serzh Sargsyan once again affirmed the country's intention to take steps to join the Customs Union and the Common Economic Space soon.In response, Vladimir Putin said that Moscow was prepared to provide all possible assistance to Yerevan in this process. Vladimir Putin also spoke of the decision to cancel the 35% duty on oil supplies to Armenia, to sell gas at $189 per thousand cubic meters and export weapons at Russian prices.In addition, he noted that in the first nine months of this year trade between the two countries amounted to about $1 billion. Vladimir Putin also stressed that Armenia is one of the main economic partners of Russia.The presidents also talked about humanitarian projects and about opening a branch of Moscow State University in Yerevan.The presidents also discussed the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. Vladimir Putin stressed the importance of the political-legal field for the resolution of the conflict. However, he refused to talk about the possible actions of Russia in case Azerbaijan attempts to attack Armenia. He said that it is "counter-productive" to talk about it. He also welcomed the resumption of negotiations between Armenia and Azerbaijan and stressed that Russia will make every effort to achieve a peaceful settlement of the conflict within the framework of OSCE Minsk Group.Shortly before the press conference, the parties signed a number of documents including those on the gas supplies, creation of a joint oil venture, etc.A press conference of the heads of Russia and Armenia took place in Yerevan as a result of today's meeting between the two presidents.
Dec 2 2013 - 17:43
Relations between Russia and Armenia are entering a new, very important period aimed at a common future, Maxim Sokolov, the Minister of Transport of Russia, the co-chair of the intergovernmental commission on economic cooperation with Armenia believes. "Relations between Russia and Armenia are gaining strategic value which is manifested in the current visit at the highest state level," Sokolov said referring to the visit of Vladimir Putin to Armenia.
Dec 2 2013 - 16:56
Participants of a march against the visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to Armenia, opposed to Armenia joining the Customs Union, marched under Ukrainian flags.Participants of a march against the visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to Armenia, opposed to Armenia joining the Customs Union, marched under Ukrainian flags.At the moment, the march consists of about 200 people.