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Armen Sarkissian gives consent to become Armenian President’s candidate

Armen Sarkissian gives consent to become Armenian President’s candidate

President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan met today with Armen Sarkissian, who had been offered by the Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) to become the ruling party’s candidate for the President of Armenia. During the previous meeting with Serzh Sargsyan, Armen Sarkissina had asked for some time to be able to hold meetings with different political forces, the leadership of Artsakh, business and science representatives and the public sector.

How President Trump is gaining leverage on Putin (as his critics smirk)- American Thinker

How President Trump is gaining leverage on Putin (as his critics smirk)- American Thinker

Americanthinker.com: Criticism and mockery accompanied publication of the US Department of the Treasury’s long-awaited report on the Russian authorities and President Putin’s closest associates (the “oligarchs list”). But a close analysis of the context and form of the report indicates that President Trump may once again gain leverage as his clueless critics smirk at his presumed incompetence.

Soldier dies in Artsakh

Soldier dies in Artsakh

On January 16, as of 01:15, soldier of Artsakh’s Defense Army Harutyun V. Khachatryan, born in 1998, received fatal gunshot wound in one of the military units, the Artsakh defense ministry reported.

Armenian and Azerbaijani FMs to meet in mid-January

Armenian and Azerbaijani FMs to meet in mid-January

The new meeting of the foreign ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan is scheduled in mid-January, Armenian deputy foreign minister Shavarsh Kocharyan told reporters in the parliament, adding that at the moment he cannot provide information on the meeting dates and place.

Artsakh soldier killed by Azerbaijani shooting

Artsakh soldier killed by Azerbaijani shooting

On January 7, at 13:20, Defense Army soldier Vache N. Chilingaryan, born in 1998, was fatally wounded by the Azerbaijani shooting in one of the military units located in the north-eastern direction of the Artsakh Defense Army.

If one of the sides has “either everything or nothing” position, there will be nothing in negotiations – Armenia foreign ministry

If one of the sides has “either everything or nothing” position, there will be nothing in negotiations – Armenia foreign ministry

There will be no progress in the negotiations for the settlement of the Nagorno Karabakh conflict as long as one of the sides acts with “either everything or nothing” principle, Armenian deputy foreign minister Shavarsh Kocharyan told reporters after today’s Cabinet meeting, adding that in order to record progress in the negotiations there must be trust between the sides.