Thursday, February 9, 2023

Armenia-Azerbaijan Relations

EU launches civilian mission to help monitor Armenia-Azerbaijan border

The European Union has launched a civilian mission to help monitor Armenia’s border with Azerbaijan, bolstering the bloc’s role in a region viewed by the Kremlin as Russia’s back yard.

Azerbaijan urges Armenia to sign peace treaty

The President of Azerbaijan Republic ,Ilkham Aliye, has called on his arch foe Armenia to sign a peace treaty with Baku.

Azerbaijan cancels peace talks with Armenia

Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev has canceled a planned meeting with Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan in Brussels next month over Yerevan’s demand for the French leader mediation between the two sides.

Iran calls on Armenia-Azerbaijan to focus on regional formats to solve disputes

The spokesman of the Iranian foreign ministry says the solution to the Caucasus problems does not lie in a resort to extra-regional forces but in the capitals of regional countries.

US praises ‘courageous steps’ of Armenia, Azerbaijan toward peace

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has praised Armenia and Azerbaijan Republic for taking "courageous steps" toward peace as the two countries' foreign ministers met in Washington.

Armenia and Azerbaijan trade blame for shootout ahead of peace talks

Armenia and Azerbaijan Republic have accused each other of provoking a shootout along common borders before the arch-foes were to hold US-mediated peace negotiations.

Armenia, Azerbaijan agree not to use force to settle Karabakh dispute

Armenia and the Republic of Azerbaijan have agreed not to use force to settle their disputes over the Nagorno-Karabkh region. It comes following a tripartite meeting hosted by Russia in the coastal city of Sochi.

Iran FM to Azeri counterpart: Foreign presence against regional peace, stability

The Iranian foreign minister has voiced Tehran’s opposition to the presence of foreign forces in the region, saying foreign presence complicates the situation and is against the regional stability.

Azerbaijan returns 17 Armenian POWs through US mediation

Azerbaijan Republic has returned 17 Armenian prisoners of war (POWs) with the mediation of the United States, the Armenian Defense Ministry has confirmed.

Azerbaijan defense minister: Baku not after occupying Armenian territory

The Defense Minister of the Republic of Azerbaijan has asserted that Azerbaijan does not intend to occupy any part of Armenia.

Armenia and Azerbaijan accuse each other of voilating ceasefire

Armenian and Azerbaijani militaries have accused each other of ceasefire violations on border on Friday morning.

Azerbaijan warns Pelosi’s remarks on conflict with Armenia blow to peace efforts

Azerbaijan Republic has denounced US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's "unsubstantiated and unfair" remarks on the country's latest border clashes with the neighboring Armenia as a blow to peace efforts.

US house chief visits Armenia amid border clashes with Azerbaijan

US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has arrived in Armenia, where a ceasefire has held after an outburst of fighting with neighboring Azerbaijan. The conflict has killed hundreds of troops on both sides.

Analyst: Turkey provokes Azerbaijan into war with Armenia on behalf of Israel

Iran’s ex-ambassador to Baku highlights the role of Turkey in the recent military tensions between Azerbaijan and Armenia, saying Ankara provokes Baku into a war against its neighbor on behalf of the Israeli regime.

Armenia, Azerbaijan agree on ceasefire

Armenia and Azerbaijan have agreed on a ceasefire from 20:00 local time on September 14 thanks to international efforts, Secretary of the Armenian Security Council Armen Grigoryan said on Thursday.

Iran FM calls for cessation of hostilities between Armenia, Azerbaijan Republic

The Iranian foreign minister voiced Tehran opposition to the military confrontation between Armenia and the Republic of Azerbaijan, calling for an urgent end to the war.

Armenia convenes emergency security meeting over ‘Azerbaijan aggression’

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has convened an emergency security council meeting early on Tuesday to devise further “countermeasures” following an escalation of hostilities along the border with the Azerbaijan Republic.

Azerbaijan conducts military operation in Nagorno-Karabakh

The Armed Forces of Azerbaijan Republic carried out a special military operation in response to the firing from the Nagorno-Karabakh region, which resulted in the capture of a number of heights there, the Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan has announced.

Iran envoy welcomes meeting between Azeri-Armenian FMs

Tehran welcomes the meeting between foreign ministers of Azerbaijan Republic and Armenia, Iranian ambassador to Azerbaijan Seyyed Abbas Mousavi wrote on Twitter.

Armenians rally against Karabakh ‘concessions’

Thousands of opposition supporters have rallied in the Armenian capital Yerevan to warn the government against what they called concessions to the arch-foe Azerbaijan over the long-disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region.

Azeri, Armenian leaders instruct FMs to start peace talks preparations

The Prime Minister of Armenia and the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan have instructed the foreign ministers to start preparations for peace talks between the two countries, the press service of the Armenian government announced on Thursday.

Azeri pres. unveils project to link Zangzur corridor to Iran, other countries

The president of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has unveiled a project to build an energy supply line from the country to Iran and Turkey through Armenia.

4 soldiers killed in Armenia-Azerbaijan border clashes

Azerbaijan Republic and Armenia reported clashes on their border Tuesday that killed one Azeri force and three Armenian troops, the latest skirmish following a 2020 war between the two rivals

Armenia, Azerbaijan leaders say committed to Karabakh deals

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Azerbaijani President Ilkham Aliyev assured European Council President Charles Michel that they are committed to implementation of agreements on Nagorno-Karabakh, reached with Russia’s mediation.

Azeri president threatens force to open corridor through Armenia

The President of the Republic of Azerbaijan has once again threatened to use force to establish a corridor through southern Armenia to connect his country with the Autonomous Nakhchivan Republic.

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