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Artsakh denies fresh disinformation from Azerbaijan

The Artsakh Defense Ministry has dismissed Azerbaijan’s fresh accusation of a ceasefire breach by its forces. “The Azerbaijani Defense Ministry continues spreading disinformation. The statement alleging that the Defense Army opened fire at Azerbaijani military positions located in the occupied...

Expert: Armenia facing both external and internal challenges

Armenia has found itself in a difficult situation, facing both external and internal challenges, according to expert on Turkey Ruben Melkonyan, head of the YSU Faculty of Oriental Studies. Speaking at the presentation of his book Ideological Constitution of the...

ECHR obliges Armenia to pay €23,500 to family of dead army officer

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) on Tuesday delivered a judgement in the case of Vardanyan and Khalafyan v. Armenia. The case concerned the death of the applicants’ son and brother, Lieutenant Artak Nazaryan, who committed suicide during his military...

Yerevan to host CSTO meeting on November 23

An extraordinary session of the CSTO Collective Security Council will be held in Yerevan, Armenia on November 23, the Russian-led security bloc said in a statement on Tuesday. “On November 1, 2022, President of the Republic of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko...

No wounded Armenian soldiers in grave or critical conditions in hospitals – ministry

The Defense Ministry of Armenia has provided an update on the health condition of Armenian soldiers injured in the Azerbaijani attack in mid-September. “As of October 27, 71 of the military personnel wounded in the latest Azerbaijani military aggression have...

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H.S.H. PRINCE MICHAEL OF LIECHTENSTEIN AND OTHER HUMANITARIAN LEADERS EXPRESS READINESS TO LEAD A HUMANITARIAN AIRLIFT TO NAGORNO-KARABAKH

His Serene Highness Prince Michael of Liechtenstein, expressed readiness to lead a humanitarian airlift to besieged Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh) and to be on the board that will fly to the region, bringing much-needed food and medication arranged by the Aznavour Foundation. According to one of our partners in this humanitarian mission, Impact Investing Solutions from Switzerland, "together with H.S.H. Prince Michael, other World leaders, current and former heads of state are also ready to lead necessary airlifts to Nagorno-Karabakh, where 120,000 people, including 30,000 children, are deprived of food and medication for more than 8 months already".