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Azerbaijani, Armenian, Russian top diplomats to meet in Dushanbe

Armenia, Russia, and Azerbaijan

Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov will meet Armenian and Russian Foreign Ministers Ararat Mirzoyan and Sergey Lavrov respectively in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. “A meeting of the foreign ministers of Armenia, Russia, and Azerbaijan is planned in Dushanbe on May 12-13,” Armenian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Vahan Hunanyan said. As reported earlier, the Azerbaijani …

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UNDP’s Grigoryan exempt from following general rules of organization?

UNDP

The office of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) commented on the anti-Azerbaijani campaign conducted by UNDP employee Armen Grigoryan, Trend reports. Grigoryan, who is an Armenian citizen, conducts open anti-Azerbaijani and anti-Turkish propaganda through social networks. He shared slanderous materials against Azerbaijan, published texts with fascist and revanchist content, and organized …

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Sochi summit: Wheels are in motion

Sochi summit

The Sochi meeting was another critical diplomatic round in the post-war negotiations; it laid down the provisional foundations of the future delimitation and demarcation of the Azerbaijani-Armenian state border and reiterated the centrality of the format of the negotiations, the origins of which go back to the 10 November ceasefire deal. It perhaps …

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Armenia shells again Azerbaijani army positions in Tovuz

Defence Ministry

Azerbaijan’s military positions have again come under Armenia’s fire in western Tovuz region on the border with Armenia, the Defence Ministry reported on November 18. From 1410 on November 18, the Armenian armed forces’ units once again shelled intensively the Azerbaijani army positions in Tovuz region’s Kokhanebi village “for no apparent …

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Baku: Work underway to identify remains of missing Azerbaijanis

Azerbaijan

Prosecutor-General Kamran Aliyev has said that the work is underway to open unknown graves to identify Azerbaijani citizens who went missing during the first Karabakh war in the early 1990s. He stressed that nearly 4,000 Azerbaijanis went missing during the first Karabakh war. “After the liberation of the territories from Armenian occupation [in the …

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Baku condemns French Speaker’s biased remarks

Sahiba Gafarova

Azerbaijani Parliament Speaker Sahiba Gafarova has criticized her French counterpart Gerard Larcher’s biased and one-sided statements recently made in Armenia, Azertag reported on April 24. Gafarova reiterated that the French Senate speaker’s statements completely run counter to commitments that France had undertaken as an OSCE Minsk Group co-chairman. “To put …

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