Steps toward Armenia-Azerbaijan peace agreement
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian announces Armenia and Azerbaijan agreeing on the fundamental aspects of a peace treaty
Yerevan ready to sign peace treaty with Baku
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian stated that they are ready to sign a peace treaty with Azerbaijan. Pashinian said that they are ready to sign the agreement that will ensure the safety of Azerbaijani citizens by the end of the year.
Karabakh territory of Azerbaijan: Russia
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov stated that Karabakh is Azerbaijani territory and that they will discuss the presence of the Russian Peacekeeping Force in the region with Baku. Peskov emphasized that Russia is in favor of a settlement in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and stated that they are maintaining contact with the parties to the conflict.
Provocation by Armenian group to Turkish diplomat
A group of Armenians, who could not overcome the shock of Azerbaijan's anti-terrorist operation in Karabakh, attacked Tand bureaucrats in Los Angeles, United States of America. An Armenian group attempted to attack Hasan Murat Mercan, the Ambassador of Türkiye to the United States, who had come to the campus to make a speech at the University of Southern California.
United Nations visit to Karabakh after 30 years
Following the anti-terrorist operation launched by Azerbaijan against the Armenian armed forces in Karabakh, Karabakh was cleared of provocateurs before 24 hours were up. Following Azerbaijan's victory in Karabakh, the United Nations (UN), which has not had access to the region for 30 years, announced a visit to Karabakh.
'So-called Nagorno-Karabakh' to be abolished
Samvel Shahmaranyan, the leader of the Nagorno-Karabakh regime established on paper by separatist Armenians in Karabakh and not recognized by any country in the world, signed the decree stipulating that the existence of the 'so-called republic' will end as of January 1, 2024. The decree orders the liquidation of all so-called institutions before the beginning of the year.
Critical Yerevan-Baku summit in Brussels
The European Union (EU) hosted high-level diplomatic talks between senior officials from Armenia and Azerbaijan in Brussels on September 26. The main objective of the meeting was to prepare for the summit between Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian.
Armenia descends into chaos
Azerbaijan's great victory in Nagorno-Karabakh increased the pressure on Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian. It is stated that the country may be dragged into chaos due to the detention of 8 people in Yerevan due to the assassination and coup allegations against Pashinian and the ongoing demonstrations.
Explosion in oil storage area in Karabakh
A oil depot blown up in Karabakh, where Azerbaijan launched an anti-terrorist operation against occupying Armenian gangs and declared victory. It announced that there were dead and wounded in the explosion. On the other hand, Azerbaijan sent medical supplies to the region.
Macron reacts to other countries over Karabakh
French President Emmanuel Macron emphasized France's commitment to upholding Armenia's territorial integrity. President Macron has issued a strong response to recent developments in Nagorno-Karabakh, directing his criticism towards Azerbaijan, Türkiye, and Russia.
Call from Pashinian to those who left their homes
Armenian separatists announced that they had laid down their arms, while thousands of Armenians from Karabakh reportedly started to leave the region. Stating that they were ready for the possible refugee influx from the region when the clashes started, Pashinian announced that they could take 40 thousand families to Armenia.
Aid lorries set off for Armenians in Karabakh
The vehicles loaded with humanitarian aid materials sent by the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Azerbaijan to meet the urgent needs of the Armenians in Karabakh moved to the region. Carrying 40 tonnes of food and cleaning products as well as bread, the vehicles will pass through Agdam and reach the Armenian-populated city of Khankendi and the aid will be distributed to the needy in the region.
‘Nikol Pashinian not prevent aid to Karabakh’
Armenia was preventing the aid from being delivered to the Armenian people. Azerbaijan allowed the passage of humanitarian aid trucks. Senior Azerbaijani officials stated that this was Azerbaijan's principled, just, legitimate, and irreversible position.
OIC supports Azerbaijan, calls community
The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) condemned the so-called elections held in the territories under the control of Armenian forces in the Karabakh region of Azerbaijan as illegitimate and called on the international community not to recognize the elections. Messages of condemnation also came from the Organisation of Turkic States and Pakistan.
Yerevan opens fire to Baku: Azerbaijani Ministry
Armenia continues its provocations that increase tension in the South Caucasus. In a statement made by the Azerbaijan Defence Ministry, it was reported that the positions of the Azerbaijani army on the route of the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, Ordubad province were fired by units of the Armenian army.
US, Armenia to conduct military exercise next week
Armenia has announced that a joint military exercise with the United States (US) will be held next week. The "Eagle-Joint 2023" exercise will take place between September 11-20.The aim of the exercise is to prepare the Armenian army to participate in international peacekeeping missions, according to the ministries.
Nagorno-Karabakh to be recognized as part of Azerbaijan
Armenian Prime Minister Pashinyan said Armenia is ready to recognize Nagorno-Karabakh as part of Azerbaijan if the security of the Armenian population is ensured. The statement comes after last week's trilateral talks between Azerbaijan, Armenia and the Council of Europe.
Pashinyan recognized the integrity of Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan, which liberated Nagorno-Karabakh from Armenian captivity, faced pressure from France. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan made a remarkable statement today. Nikol Pashinyan announced that Armenia recognizes the territorial integrity of Azerbaijan with an area of 86,600 square kilometers and Azerbaijan recognizes the territorial integrity of Armenia with an area of 29,800 square kilometers.