Turkey and Armenia

Armenia may extend ban on imports of Turkish goods

Armenian Minister of Economy Vahan Kerobyan said the ban on imports of Turkish goods may be prolonged. "From an economic point of view, we believe that the ban should be extended if political or other priorities do not interfere …

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Turkey condemns ‘coup attempt’ in Armenia

Turkey "strongly condemns" the military coup attempt in Armenia, Turkish foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Thursday during his visit to Hungary. "We condemn all military coups or coup attempts, no matter where they …

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Price of nationalism: Turkish goods disappear from Armenian stores

Following Ankara’s strong backing of Azerbaijan in the recent war, Yerevan is banning many Turkish goods. Outside the Mavi clothing store in Yerevan, a giant sign reads: “70 percent liquidation!” Stocks are running low, an employee told Eurasianet, as the store gets ready to close its doors. On December 31, a ban on Turkish imported goods goes into effect in Armenia. And that includes the Mavi shop, an outpost of the global Turkish fast-fashion chain

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Armenian terrorists from Syria attacking Russia?

Armenian terrorists are hatching plans to destabilize the situation in the region once again - an Armenian battalion operating as part of the PKK/YPG terrorist groups returned from Nagorno-Karabakh to Syria and, unable to bear their crushing …

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Turkey's senior lawmaker voices support for Azerbaijan

Development and Justice (AK) Party deputy for the eastern Erzurum province Ibrahim Aydemir voiced support for Azerbaijan over the Nagorno Karabakh issue. "Whatever necessary will be done to bring Upper Karabakh under the rule …

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Armenia bans import of Turkish goods in 2021

Armenia will ban the import of Turkish goods for six months from January next year due to Ankara's position on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, the Armenian Economy Ministry said. The decision will take effect on December 31, …

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