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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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      • OSCE Vows Continued Engagement In Armenia After Office Closure
        May 30, 2017

        . Sargis Harutyunyan

        Armenia - OSCE Secretary General Lamberto Zannier speaks at a news
        conference in Yerevan, 30May2017.

        The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe will continue
        to promote wide-ranging reforms in Armenia despite the closure of its
        Yerevan office forced by Azerbaijan, OSCE Secretary General Lamberto
        Zannier said on Tuesday.

        "The closure of the office does not mean that we will conclude our
        cooperation with Armenia," Zannier said during a visit to
        Yerevan. "There are many important issues on our agenda."

        "We will therefore try to find various ways of working together and
        ensuring that the closure of the office only means that one chapter of
        our cooperation has been closed but other avenues of joint work have
        opened up," he told a joint news conference with Foreign Minister
        Edward Nalbandian.

        The OSCE office has implemented projects relating, among other things,
        to human rights, tax and police reforms, gender equality and press
        freedom ever since it was opened in 2000. Azerbaijan vetoed late last
        year a further extension of its mandate, objecting to a humanitarian
        demining program sponsored by it in Armenia. It claimed that the
        program could "strengthen" the Armenian military in the
        Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

        Armenia has repeatedly shrugged off those allegations. It says that
        Baku is simply keen to force the closure of the Yerevan office after
        having a similar OSCE office in Baku shut down in 2015 in line with
        its poor human rights record.

        OSCE decisions on opening such missions and extending their activities
        have to be unanimously approved by all 57 member states of the

        Baku did not drop its objections even after the Armenian government
        agreed in January to exclude demining from the wide range of OSCE
        activities in Armenia. Its uncompromising stance prompted a stern
        warning from the United States, with a senior U.S. diplomat saying in
        February that the office closure would "reflect poorly on Azerbaijan."

        A representative of Austria, the current holder of the OSCE
        presidency, told the OSCE's Permanent Council in Vienna on May 4 that
        the Azerbaijani government remains adamant in demanding the shutdown.

        The issue seems to have dominated Zannier's separate meetings with
        Nalbandian and President Serzh Sarkisian. The OSCE secretary general
        described the talks as "useful" in a written statement issued later in
        the day. "I would like to see the achievements of the Office preserved
        and built upon as far as possible," he added.

        Hayastan or Bust.


        • Արամ Ասատուրյանն ազատվել է պաշտոնից
          17:02, 31.05.2017

          Երեւանի Կենտրոնական կլինիկական զինվորական հոսպիտալի պետ Արամ Ասատուրյանն ազատվել է պաշտոնից: Այդ մասին, այսօր՝ մայիսի 31-ին, լրագրողների հետ հանդիպման ժամանակ նշել է ՀՀ ԶՈՒ բուժծառայության պետ Կամավոր Խաչատրյանը։

          Նրա խոսքով, Ասատուրյանն աշախատանքից ազատվել է և գտնվում է կադրերի ռեզերվում:

          Հոսպիտալի նոր պետ դեռևս չի նշանակվել: Ունենք մի քանի թեկնածուներ, նրանց անունները դեռևս քննարկման փուլում են: Կընտրենք թեկնածուներից լավագույնին,-ասաց Խաչատրյանը` հավելելով, որ Ասատուրյանի ազատումը պայմանավորված է եղել ծառայողական անհրաժեշտությամբ:


          • Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army


            • Was there a problem with forum? I could not open it and now the page has changed format


              • Originally posted by Hakob View Post
                Was there a problem with forum? I could not open it and now the page has changed format
                Not sure what is going on. The "Latest Activity" is not in sync ... It is an important feature to view the latest posts. I am sure admin is still working on the new format. Thanks!




                  • Do not insult Turks ? Wow what's the fun without that.


                    • I missed our forum. I am so attached to it. When I need news and the latest, I just come here and my good friends have posted allready.
                      And debates....