50 leading international media outlets-about 200 foreign journalists, most of whom are already in Armenia and Artsakh
Accreditation applications continue with the same intensity.
We strongly condemn Turkey’s provocative actions and demand the immediate withdrawal of the Turkish armed forces, including the air force from the conflict zone.
Meeting of Foreign Minister of Armenia Zohrab Mnatsakanyan with the Heads of the diplomatic missions accredited in Armenia
During the meeting, Foreign Minister of Armenia Zohrab Mnatsakanyan expressed his concern over Turkey's unconditional support to Azerbaijan, stressing that Turkey's destabilizing policy seriously damages the peaceful resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, as well as the security and stability in the South Caucasus.
Zohrab Mnatsakanyan: We have been receiving such reports. Such reports have been appearing in various sources. We have been very careful to treat this, because we are also caring about credibility of this, but the intensity and the volume of such reports had been indicating that this is, in fact, there is credibility to this. So this is very concerning. We have been raising this. It is exactly the projection and export of instability to the South Caucasus that Turkey has chosen to do and this is not welcome.
RA MFA․The situation on the ground clearly indicates that the people of Artsakh are fighting against the Turkish-Azerbaijani alliance.
The statement of RA MFA on the Azerbaijani aggression against Artsakh
We are absolutely confident and absolutely determined to repel this aggression and to stand very firm for the freedom of the people of Nagorno-Karabakh.
We consider the armed attack of Azerbaijan to be another link in the chain of mass and systematic attacks against the population of the Republic of Artsakh, carried out by Azerbaijan throughout the conflict, both in times of peace and war, which is qualified by international law as a crime against humanity.
the Azerbaijani side launched missile attacks along the entire line of contact targeting also the peaceful settlements, including the capital Stepanakert.
The military political leadership of Azerbaijan bears full responsibility for the consequences of their aggression.
“COVID-19 has hit all countries including Armenia and continues to pose an unprecedented health and economic challenge,” said Mr. Asakawa.
Mr. Asakawa and Mr. Pashinyan discussed ADB’s ongoing support for Armenia including projects in health, education, energy, transport, urban development, and disaster risk reduction.
Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan clearly presented the position of the Republic of Armenia on the current situation at the session of the Government held on July 23.
Statement of the Foreign Ministry of Armenia on the resumption of military operations of Azerbaijan towards Tavush region
The Foreign Minister is in constant contact with the OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairmanship. In the present situation the efforts aimed at unconditional, complete restoration, preservation and strengthening of the ceasefire are imperative.