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        Politics
        09:12 04.04.2017(updated 09:38 04.04.2017) Get short URL
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        Sergey Lavrov said that Azerbaijan and Armenia have been able to significantly narrow differences and agree on the basic principles of resolving the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.


        REUTERS/ Staff
        Karabakh Conflict Settlement Among Russia's Foreign Policy Priorities - Lavrov
        MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Azerbaijan and Armenia have been able toxsignificantly narrow differences and agree onxthe basic principles ofxresolving the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Tuesday.

        "Thanks toxthe assistance ofxthe mediators, the parties managed toxsignificantly bring together positions onxmany controversial issues. In general, the basic principles forxthe settlement have been agreed," Lavrov said inxan op-ed forxAzerbaijan's Bakinskiy Rabochiy publication.
        Russia cooperates withxthe United States and France asxco-chairs ofxthe conflict settlement mechanism known asxthe OSCE Minsk Group.
        The conflict inxNagorno-Karabakh began inx1988, when the mostly Armenian-populated autonomous region sought toxsecede fromxSoviet Azerbaijan. It proclaimed independence afterxthe USSR collapsed inx1991, withxAzerbaijan seeing Armenia asxthe region's occupying party.
        The warring sides agreed toxa cessation ofxhostilities inx1994. The violence inxNagorno-Karabakh most recently escalated inxApril 2016.
        Hayastan or Bust.

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          Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army
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              Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
              Politics
              09:12 04.04.2017(updated 09:38 04.04.2017) Get short URL
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              Sergey Lavrov said that Azerbaijan and Armenia have been able to significantly narrow differences and agree on the basic principles of resolving the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.


              REUTERS/ Staff
              Karabakh Conflict Settlement Among Russia's Foreign Policy Priorities - Lavrov
              MOSCOW (Sputnik) Azerbaijan and Armenia have been able toxsignificantly narrow differences and agree onxthe basic principles ofxresolving the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Tuesday.

              "Thanks toxthe assistance ofxthe mediators, the parties managed toxsignificantly bring together positions onxmany controversial issues. In general, the basic principles forxthe settlement have been agreed," Lavrov said inxan op-ed forxAzerbaijan's Bakinskiy Rabochiy publication.
              Russia cooperates withxthe United States and France asxco-chairs ofxthe conflict settlement mechanism known asxthe OSCE Minsk Group.
              The conflict inxNagorno-Karabakh began inx1988, when the mostly Armenian-populated autonomous region sought toxsecede fromxSoviet Azerbaijan. It proclaimed independence afterxthe USSR collapsed inx1991, withxAzerbaijan seeing Armenia asxthe region's occupying party.
              The warring sides agreed toxa cessation ofxhostilities inx1994. The violence inxNagorno-Karabakh most recently escalated inxApril 2016.
              Look at our good servant, Haykakan. Look how happy he is that the Russian is presumably petting his Armenian dog. Does he care that the Russian also puts his Armenian pet under his thumb? Arming the Turk? Corrupting Armenia? No, because the Russia just gave him few words of praise, and the Armenian dog wags its tail.

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                Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post
                Look at our good servant, Haykakan. Look how happy he is that the Russian is presumably petting his Armenian dog. Does he care that the Russian also puts his Armenian pet under his thumb? Arming the Turk? Corrupting Armenia? No, because the Russia just gave him few words of praise, and the Armenian dog wags its tail.
                Are you really Armenian? Azeri's don't even talk about us like that.. Armenian dog?

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                  Originally posted by Shant03 View Post
                  Are you really Armenian? Azeri's don't even talk about us like that.. Armenian dog?
                  Do you think that seeing yourself as a peasant, as something to be bestowed greatness on by some far off Czar, in the 21st century, is a sign of pride for our people? Do you not feel a bit odd that after 25 years of independence, that the republic that should represent our people is still labeled "ex-Soviet?"

                  Be clear, Armenia is nothing more than a client state of Russia.

                  To me this is the hard part, to constantly read the news of a puppet state constantly seeking validation in the eyes of Moscow. Not of its people, not trying to justify its sovreignty via the people, but from the blessings of Moscow.

                  And I do not mean it as putting Armenians down, but the mentality that still seems to be hanging over most peoples heads.
                  Last edited by HyeSocialist; 04-04-2017, 10:23 AM.

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                    Stop insulting Haykakan You just pissed cuz you werent able to cause a maidan in Armenia. The only dog Czar Putin has is westernized fools like you. For your information I was in Armenia over the new years and EVERYBODY was praising Karen Karapetyan and saying he will fix Armenia after 25 painful years of western style capitlaism and democracy. Thats why more than half of Armenia voted for Karen's party the hanrapetagans. And guess what bro Karen and Putin are close friends. Go tell that to your jew boss Soros


                    Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post
                    Do you think that seeing yourself as a peasant, as something to be bestowed greatness on by some far off Czar, in the 21st century, is a sign of pride for our people? Do you not feel a bit odd that after 25 years of independence, that the republic that should represent our people is still labeled "ex-Soviet?"

                    Be clear, Armenia is nothing more than a client state of Russia.

                    To me this is the hard part, to constantly read the news of a puppet state constantly seeking validation in the eyes of Moscow. Not of its people, not trying to justify its sovreignty via the people, but from the blessings of Moscow.

                    And I do not mean it as putting Armenians down, but the mentality that still seems to be hanging over most peoples heads.

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                      Originally posted by Serjik View Post
                      Stop insulting Haykakan You just pissed cuz you werent able to cause a maidan in Armenia. The only dog Czar Putin has is westernized fools like you. For your information I was in Armenia over the new years and EVERYBODY was praising Karen Karapetyan and saying he will fix Armenia after 25 painful years of western style capitlaism and democracy. Thats why more than half of Armenia voted for Karen's party the hanrapetagans. And guess what bro Karen and Putin are close friends. Go tell that to your jew boss Soros
                      Western Style Capitalism and Democracy. Interesting. Because that same ideology was adopted by the Japanese and Koreans in order to become the economic powerhouses they are today. Countries that refused to evolve, to develop, well, they look like Armenia, like Iran, like Indonesia. Countries that choose to step into the global economy grow stronger and more robust.

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