Armenia

States With The Most And Fewest Wineries

Historically speaking, the United States is new to the wine game. Remains of a winery discovered in Armenia have been dated to around 4100 B.C. and the first winery in France was established in the...
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Armenia Could Loosen Russia’s Grip On The South Caucasus

Wes Martin Azerbaijan-Armenia, South Caucasus Only through breaking Armenia’s dependency on Russia—through renormalization with Azerbaijan and Turkey—will the region’s true economic potential be unleashed. On January 14, 2022, Turkey and...
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Yerevan Claims Azerbaijani Military Used Artillery, Drones During Shelling At Border

YEREVAN (Sputnik) - The Armenian Defence Ministry said on Tuesday that the Azerbaijani military used artillery and drones during shelling at the border.
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Pashinyan Says Meeting With Erdogan Possible If Envoys' Talks Successful

YEREVAN (Sputnik) - Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said that his meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan would be possible if the talks between the special representatives of the two countries are successful.
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Turkey Announces New Steps To Normalize Ties With Armenia

An Armenian spokesperson confirmed the nation is ready for dialogueOriginally published on Global VoicesTurkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Çavuşoğlu at a joint press conference in Moscow, March 14, 2018. Photo by МИД России/MFA Russia on...
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The International Court Of Justice Orders Armenia And Azerbaijan To Prevent Racial Hatred

The ICJ called for peace but refrained from requiring specific measuresOriginally published on Global Voices“International Court of Justice at The Hague” by United Nations Photo is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 This article was first...
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A Democratic Armenia Is The Key To Security In The South Caucasus

Lusine Hakobyan Armenia, Eurasia Democratic reforms in Armenia are closely connected with its security challenges, especially the unresolved conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh. Despite heavy pressure, Yerevan still stands determined to fulfill its...
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Turkey, Armenia To Appoint Envoys In Bid To Normalize Ties

Turkey’s foreign minister says Turkey and Armenia will appoint special representatives to discuss steps to normalize their ties
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Can Armenia And Azerbaijan Settle Their Differences At The Eastern Partnership Summit?

Mark Temnycky Azerbaijan-Armenia, Eurasia The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict will not end overnight—it will take time to resolve this crisis—but the EU’s involvement could be an important step in the negotiation process. On November 19, European...
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States With The Most (and Fewest) Wineries

Historically speaking, the United States is new to the wine game. Remains of a winery discovered in Armenia have been dated to around 4100 B.C. and the first winery in France was established in the...
Related topics: France

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Armenia And Azerbaijan Pledge Progress As Leaders Meet In Sochi

Aliyev and Pashinyan pledged to establish a bilateral commission.Originally published on Global VoicesScreenshot from the Euronews video report. On November 26, the leaders of Azerbaijan and Armenia met in the Russian city of Sochi to discuss...
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Armenia’s Ex-president Serzh Sargsyan Faces Bribery Charges

The former leader denies any wrongdoing.Originally published on Global Voices“Serzh Sargsyan” by More pictures and videos: connect@epp.eu is licensed under CC BY 2.0 Former president of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan was charged with taking a...
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Armenian Defense Ministry Publishes Video Of Destruction Of Azerbaijani Military Equipment

YEREVAN (Sputnik) - The Armenian Defense Ministry published video on Tuesday which it said shows the destruction of Azerbaijani military equipment in a fresh bout of escalation.
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Easternmost Roman Aqueduct Discovered In Armenia

Archaeologists have discovered remains of a Roman arched aqueduct during excavation work on the Hellenistic royal city of Artashat-Artaxata in ancient Armenia. It is the easternmost arched aqueduct in the Roman Empire.
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Armenian Pm Accuses Azerbaijan Of Invading Its Territory

YEREVAN (Sputnik) - The Azerbaijani troops invaded Armenia on Sunday at one of the border stretches, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said on Monday.
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Gundogan Double Sees Germany End On World Cup High In Armenia

Yerevan (AFP) – Ilkay Gundogan scored twice on Sunday as Germany ended their World Cup qualification campaign with a 4-1 win over Armenia.  The Manchester City midfielder struck either side of half time as his side cruised to a comfortable...
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Lachin Corridor Linking Nagorno-karabakh, Armenia Reopens After Incident

YEREVAN (Sputnik) - The Stepanakert-Lachin Highway connecting Nagorno-Karabakh and Armenia has reopened after temporarily being closed due to an incident, local media reported on Saturday, citing the Interior Ministry of the unrecognised republic of...

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The Eu And Armenia, Partners In Reform?

The EU will give Armenia a 2.6 billion Euro aid packageOriginally published on Global Voices“EU-Armenia Cooperation Council – May 2017” by European External Action Service – EEAS is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0 This article by...

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Remittances Bolster—and Limit—armenia's Potential

Reason's December special issue marks the 30th anniversary of the collapse of the Soviet Union. This story is part of our exploration of the global legacy of that evil empire, and our effort to be certain that the dire consequences of communism are...
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Rec's Support For Exports To Armenia Amounts To $72 Million Since Early 2021

The Russian Export Centre’s (REC) support for exports to Armenia in 2020 amounted to over $84 mln, and has exceeded $72 mln since early 2021, Nikita Gusakov, senior vice-president of REC and CEO of the Russian Agency for Export Credit and...

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