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Conference of Special Service Bodies is important in terms of threat prevention at global level: Arzu Naghiyev

2019.09.10 20:42 GMT

The 22nd session of the Conference of Special Service Bodies of Turkic-speaking States held in Baku was productive in terms of combating any threats and exchanging information in this sphere, Azerbaijani political analyst Arzu Naghiyev told Trend.

Matthew Bryza: Pashinyan is just stuck in a very difficult political situation

2019.08.28 16:39 GMT

Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has to change his rhetoric, if he wants the talks on Nagorno-Karabakh conflict going again, former US Ambassador to Azerbaijan Matthew Bryza told Trend.

Farid Shafiyev: Armenian leadership with such irresponsible statements leads its own population to greater catastrophe

2019.08.28 14:40 GMT

Dr. Farid Shafiyev, Chairman of the Center of Analysis of International Relations commented on claims of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan who stated that Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan seceded from Azerbaijan in a similar way that Azerbaijan seceded from the Soviet Union, the Center told APA.

Deputy PM talks on strong, powerful, majestic and modern Azerbaijan today

2019.08.22 15:09 GMT

Azerbaijan has never been so strong, powerful, majestic and modern as it is now, Azerbaijani Deputy Prime Minister, Deputy Chairman and Executive Secretary of the ruling New Azerbaijan Party Ali Ahmadov said.

Russian expert talks Armenia's hopeless future

2019.07.22 16:08 GMT

The socio-economic situation, and in general, the standard of living in Armenia after Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan came to power, has not actually changed, despite the numerous assurances of the current prime minister addressed to the Armenians during rallies in the streets of Yerevan.

Peter Tase: Armenian diaspora in U.S. makes every effort to discriminate Azerbaijan

2019.07.17 16:31 GMT

There is a group of politicians in the U.S. Congress pushing for the anti-Azerbaijani interests of the Armenian diaspora, American expert on international relations Peter Tase said in an interview with Vestnik Kavkaza, commenting on a ban on the sale of air defense systems to Azerbaijan.

Pashinyan wants to compensate for diplomatic fiasco by Karabakh meeting - analyst

2019.03.15 20:08 GMT

The OSCE Minsk Group should condemn the visit by Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan to Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan, and adopt a statement that this inflicts a blow to the negotiation process, political analyst Nazakat Mammadova told Trend March 14.

European Diplomats’ Association: Pro-Armenian forces in Georgia erect bust to Nazi Avagyan

2019.01.26 12:42 GMT

Erecting a bust in Georgia’s Akhalkalaki town to Mikhail Avagyan, the executioner of the peaceful Azerbaijani population in the occupied Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan, is an initiative of certain pro-Armenian forces in Georgia, head of the European Diplomats’ Association NGO Zurab Gventsadze told Trend.

Sergey Markov: Nagorno-Karabakh conflict settlement requires strong power in Armenia

2019.01.18 17:05 GMT

The establishment of new strong government supported by the population in Armenia increases the chance of a practical peaceful settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, director of the Institute of Political Studies Sergei Markov told the correspondent of Vestnik Kavkaza.

Azerbaijan to step up policy to isolate Armenia until it ceases aggression

2018.12.17 18:09 GMT

Azerbaijan will strengthen the policy to isolate Armenia until Yerevan ceases its aggression, Elshad Mirbashiroglu, political analyst, PhD in political science, associate professor, told Trend on Dec. 17.

Anti-democratic, non-transparent election held in Armenia: MP

2018.12.10 18:13 GMT

Only 48.63 percent of people voted in Armenia's snap parliamentary election, as the majority of 2.6 million voters are out of the country, Azerbaijani MP Aydin Mirzazade told Trend on Dec. 10.

Acting PM's statement confirms Armenia’s disinterest in Karabakh conflict settlement

2018.11.21 17:15 GMT

Armenian Acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s categorical statement regarding the exchange of prisoners of war with Azerbaijan shows that the government of this country is not interested in resolving long-standing Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and does not intend to abandon the aggression and occupation policy towards Azerbaijan, independent Turkish political analyst Shirin Ali told Trend on Nov. 21.

Azerbaijan pushes into Nakhchivan borderlands forcing Armenia to abandon positions: Bellingcat

2018.11.10 20:01 GMT

Strategic height on the border of Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic and Armenia came under Azerbaijani control in August-September 2018, Researcher at the Australian Institute Masis Ingilizian said in his article published on open investigation portal Bellingcat.

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