OSCE Minsk Group

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How Pashinyan provoked war that he eventually lost

Almost from the moment he came to power in 2018, Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian rejected the “Basic Principles” worked out by the Minsk Group’s co-chairs (the United States, Russia, France) for resolving the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict over Karabakh

Lavrov meets with OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs and Kasprzyk

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov received the Co-Chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group for settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, including Igor Popov (Russia), Stéphane Visconti (France) and Andrew Schofer (the U.S.), as well as …

UK Delegation to OSCE welcomes Karabakh ceasefire deal

The United Kingdom welcomes the ceasefire agreement in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict area agreed by Azerbaijan and Armenia. UK Deputy Head of Delegation to OSCE Nicola Murray said on Friday. "The United Kingdom welcomes the fact …

Kremlin brushes off Armenia's accusations of betrayal

Accusations towards Russia of betrayal due to the alleged lack of support for Armenia in resolving the conflict in Nagorno Karabakh are absolutely unfounded, press secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov said in an interview published on …

Nagorno-Karabakh: Why diplomacy failed

Outside observers often find it difficult to understand why the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict has been so intractable and resisted a peaceful resolution. There is a complex combination of several complicating factors, but the ultimate culprit has been the blatant failure of diplomatic efforts, both at the level of the international community and the conflicting parties

Azerbaijan itself implements UN resolutions on Karabakh

The hostilities in the Karabakh conflict zone, which began on September 27, continue with even greater intensity. Even the humanitarian ceasefire regime reached on October 10 in Moscow between Azerbaijan and Armenia did not in any way deter Armenia from continuing hostilities

Moscow has chances to succeed in Karabakh settlement

Clashes between Azerbaijani and Armenian troops have entered a fifth week as both countries battled to control Nagorno-Karabakh, a breakaway region in the South Caucasus. Nagorno-Karabakh is recognised internationally as part of Azerbaijan but is de facto administered by ethnic Armenians, South China Morning Post writes in the article Why Russia’s hands are tied in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict