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Ambassador Mkrtchyan: Aliyev’s ultimate purpose is to rid Artsakh of Armenians

Greek City Times 03 Dec 2021
In fact, Aliyev has in the immediate aftermath of the war, during a “victory parade” in Baku referred to Armenia’s capital Yerevan, Lake Sevan and Syunik as “historical lands of Azerbaijan... Tigran Mkrtchyan, Designate Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Armenia to the Hellenic Republic.
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Masdar signs agreement to develop Armenia’s largest solar power plant

Urdu Point 26 Nov 2021
The Ayg-1 project will be Armenia’s largest utility-scale solar plant. The Government Support Agreement (GSA) was signed by Gnel Sanosyan, Minister of Territorial Administration and Infrastructure of the Republic of Armenia, and Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi, Chief Executive Officer of Masdar, at a ceremony today in Yeravan, the nation’s capital.
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Azerbaijani propaganda appears on Thessaloniki bus stop days after previous controversy

Greek City Times 26 Nov 2021
Due to the strategic advantage of the city, which directly overlooks the Nagorno-Karabakh capital of Stepanakert, the capture of Shushi became a decisive moment in the war, especially as Armenia surrendered and Azerbaijan declared victory a few days later ... Armenia, Artsakh, ...
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Turkish Culture Ministry to be set for 'whatever needs to be done' in Karabakh

MENA FN 25 Nov 2021
(MENAFN) Turkish culture and tourism minister declared his organization is "ready for whatever needs to be done" in Karabakh, which was lately released from Armenia's from 3 decades– conquest. Mehmet Nuri Ersoy announced during a session in Azerbaijani capital Baku "We are always ready ...
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Airline Startup Of The Week: FLYONE Armenia

Simple Flying 24 Nov 2021
Our airline startup of the week is FLYONE Armenia, the Armenian subsidiary of Moldova’s airline FLYONE ... FLYONE is an airline in Moldova that has set up a division in Armenia ... FLYONE Armenia gets an AOC ... FLYONE Armenia has based itself in Armenia’s capital, Yerevan, at Zvartnots International Airport (EVN).
photo: AP / Azerbaijan's Defense Ministry via AP
In this image made from a video released by Azerbaijan's Defense Ministry on Friday, Oct. 9, 2020, Azerbaijan's solders walk in a formation on a road during a military conflict in the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh. With Russia's mediation, Armenia and Azerbaijan agreed to a cease-fire.
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Armenia has no choice but to accept realities in region - political experts

MENA FN 24 Nov 2021
Azerbaijan is the dictating party in the future meeting of the Presidents of Azerbaijan, Russia and the Prime Minister of Armenia that will be held in Russia's Sochi, Azerbaijain Political scientist Gabil Huseynli told Trend ... A bilateral meeting of the leaders of Azerbaijan and Armenia is also planned.
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Roman empire’s easternmost aqueduct discovered in Armenia

EurasiaNet 24 Nov 2021
Archeologists have discovered the easternmost Roman aqueduct in the ancient world in Armenia ... At the time, Artaxata was the capital of Armenia ... In one brief period, starting in 114 CE, the Roman emperor Trajan attempted to directly rule Armenia, establishing a province with Artaxata as its center and stationing a Roman legion in the city.
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The Bus Of Shame: Azerbaijan advertises on Thessaloniki bus its occupation of Shushi

Greek City Times 24 Nov 2021
Due to the strategic advantage of the city, which directly overlooks the Nagorno-Karabakh capital of Stepanakert, the capture of Shushi became a decisive moment in the war, especially as Armenia surrendered and Azerbaijan declared victory a few days later ... Armenia, Artsakh, ...
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Roman aqueduct found in Armenia

Greek City Times 23 Nov 2021
“At that time, Artaxata was destined to become the capital of a Roman province in Armenia.” It was during this time that the Roman Empire ... Artashat (aka Artaxata) was the capital of Ancient Armenia from 176 BCE and remained so for over 300 years of the kingdom’s history.
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Pope Awards Eric Esrailian with Benemerenti Award

Asbarez 23 Nov 2021
Esrailian, have formed a dedicated interdisciplinary team whose mission is to provide both immediate medical disaster relief and long-term humanitarian aid and infrastructure support to assist in the stabilization of the healthcare capacity in Armenia during and after war ... for more support to Yerevan, the capital of Armenia.
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Armenia says soldier killed by Azerbaijani shelling

Stars and Stripes 22 Nov 2021
YEREVAN, Armenia — Armenia says one of its soldiers was killed by Azerbaijani shelling on Monday amid simmering tensions on the border between the two ex-Soviet neighbors ... Earlier Monday, opposition supporters blocked traffic in Armenia's capital to urge the government to take a tougher stance amid tensions with neighboring Azerbaijan.
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Armenia says its soldier killed by Azerbaijani shelling

The Milton Standard Journal 22 Nov 2021
YEREVAN, Armenia (AP) — Armenian says one of its soldiers was killed by Azerbaijani shelling on Monday amid simmering tensions on the border between the two ex-Soviet neighbors ... Earlier Monday, opposition supporters blocked traffic in Armenia’s capital to urge the government to take a tougher stance amid tensions with neighboring Azerbaijan.
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Protesters in Armenia demand tougher stance on Azerbaijan

San Francisco Chronicle 22 Nov 2021
YEREVAN, Armenia (AP) — Opposition supporters blocked traffic in Armenia’s capital on Monday to urge the government to take a tougher stance amid tensions with neighboring Azerbaijan ... Armenia and Azerbaijan have been locked in a decades-old dispute over the ...
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WFP hands over to the Government of Armenia school feeding projects in two provinces

Reliefweb 18 Nov 2021
Thanks to the long-standing partnership with the Government of Armenia and the constant support from the Russian Federation and numerous other partners over the past decade, there has been a substantial investment in schools’ infrastructure as well as human capital ...
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Roman Empire’s Eastern-most Aqueduct Found Half Finished in Armenia

Ancient Origins 17 Nov 2021
“The most easterly arched aqueduct of the Roman Empire” was found in the Hellenistic royal city of Artashat-Artaxata, the large, commercial capital of ancient Armenia between the 2nd century BC and the 2nd century AD ... At that time, Artaxata was destined to become the capital of a ...
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