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ArmInfo.The delegation led by Defense Minister of Armenia David Tonoyan had a working visit on October 31 to Kosovo. The Defense Ministry's press service told ArmInfo that the delegation included the head of the RA mission to NATO Gagik Hovhannisyan, the head of the defense policy department of the Defense Ministry Levon Ayvazyan and others.
Thursday, November 1 2018, 16:31
ArmInfo. Armenian President Armen Sarkissian, who is on a working visit to Minsk on the "margins" of the Main Group meeting of the Munich Security Conference, met with the national security adviser during the Obama administration, former commander-in-chief of the allied armed forces of Europe in James Jones.
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ArmInfo. Turan - ArmInfo. The United States is seeking to strengthen its strategic relations with Azerbaijan, Armenia and Georgia, Assistant to US Secretary of State , Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs Wess Mitchell said in Washington on Thursday commenting on the upcoming visit of the White House official to the Caucasus.
FM on US ambassador`s statement : On the Karabakh issue, Armenia works and conducts negotiations within the framework of its positions
Thursday, October 18 2018, 13:43
Democrat Bob Menendez calls on US ambassador to Azerbaijan to insist that Baku refrain from threatening behavior
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NATO urged Baku and Yerevan to intensify efforts towards peaceful resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
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ArmInfo."We live in a complex explosive region, we have four neighbors, with two of which are closed borders, one lacks diplomatic relations and there is a huge baggage of historical problems and mutual rejection, on the other hand, we have a situation of" no war, no peace. "But this is a potential war that can break out at any time. " This was in an interview with "Kommersant" said the second president of Armenia Robert Kocharyan.
Friday, September 7 2018, 14:06
ArmInfo. Armenian Americans, friends of Armenia, human rights activists, and advocates for peace are calling on their U.S. Senators to carefully scrutinize President Trump's nomination of career Foreign Service Officer Earle Litzenberger to serve as Ambassador to Azerbaijan, as part of an Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) nationwide advocacy campaign. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee is set to begin consideration of Litzenberger's nomination to fill the currently vacant posting, a process that will include a hearing, responses to written questions, and then, potentially, votes in committee and by the full Senate. President Obama's nominee for the post, Matt Bryza, was twice denied Senate confirmation as U.S. Ambassador to Baku, over concerns regarding his evident bias on Azerbaijan, Turkish and Armenian issues, ultimately only serving one year in this position under a recess appointment. The ANCA website - www.anca.org/azerbaijan - provides concerned individuals an opportunity to directly request that both of their U.S. Senators ask questions during the Litzenberger confirmation process. "There's never been a more urgent need for clarity regarding the nature and scope of American relations with the Aliyev regime," said Aram Hamparian, Executive Director of the ANCA. "This confirmation process provides a much- needed opportunity for substantive Congressional oversight of an increasingly troubled U.S.-Azerbaijan bilateral relationship, characterized by escalating aggression against Armenians, a worsening crackdown on dissent, and a well- funded campaign to manipulate the American political process." Traditionally, U.S. Senators have focused their questioning of U.S. Ambassador-designates to Azerbaijan on an array of regional priorities, including the peace process, investigative mechanisms, and strengthening the cease-fire, as well as domestic concerns regarding the Aliyev regime's crushing of dissent. According to the White House, Litzenberger, a career member of the Senior Foreign Service, class of Minister- Counselor, currently serves as Senior Advisor in the Bureau of Political-Military Affairs at the Department of State. During his career in the Foreign Service, he has served as Senior Fellow at the German Marshall Fund; Deputy Chief of Mission to the United States Mission to NATO; NATO Deputy Senior Civilian Representative to Afghanistan; Deputy Chief of Mission at the United States Embassy in Belgrade, Serbia; and Deputy Chief of Mission at the United States Embassy in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Litzenberger earned a B.A. from Middlebury College and M.S. from the United States Army War College. He is the recipient of the Matilda W. Sinclaire Language Award. He also speaks French, Russian, Serbian, and Bulgarian.