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Desire of Turks to destroy us didn’t fade: Areg Galstyan

Desire of Turks to destroy us didn’t fade: Areg Galstyan

“Did we calculate what implications will be recorded, if e.g. anything changes in Russia after 2018 elections or currently rapprochement between CSTO member Kazakhstan and Turkey is recorded? When I say we should develop a strategy to avoid second April 24, it means we should have a clear view what goes on in the world and how we should reply to that.”

Turkey won’t recognize PACE decision: Erdogan

Turkey won’t recognize PACE decision: Erdogan

Erdogan also criticized the countries which urge to suspend the negotiations over Turkey’s membership to the EU. “As long as Europe remains honest, Turkey will be faithful to the negotiations process and unlike the EU it won’t shut the door on anyone’s face,” he said.

Turkish soldiers killed in PKK attacks

Turkish soldiers killed in PKK attacks

The Kurdish militants used IEDs in Sirnak, which resulted in two Turkish soldiers being fatally wounded. In Kars, a hidden mine exploded killing another two soldiers, and wounding three.

Erdogan to OSCE: First you should know your place!

Erdogan to OSCE: First you should know your place!

“Our monitoring showed the ‘Yes’ campaign dominated the media coverage and this, along with restrictions on the media, the arrests of journalists and the closure of media outlets, reduced voters’ access to a plurality of views.”

Azerbaijan launches large-scale military exercises

Azerbaijan launches large-scale military exercises

Up to 30 thousand soldiers, more than 250 tanks, over 200 various caliber missile-artillery systems, multiple rocket launchers, 25 gunships, UAVs and new radio-electronic reconnaissance devices are involved in the military exercises.

Death toll rises to 35 in Iran flood

Death toll rises to 35 in Iran flood

Heavy rain which started on Friday morning caused ood in the afternoon and the northwestern cities of Azarshahr and Ajabshir hit the hardest by the ood, “Armenpress” reports, citing Tehran Times.

Yuri Khachaturov appointed CSTO Secretary General

Yuri Khachaturov appointed CSTO Secretary General

“While discussing the appointment of the Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Organization, it was unanimously decided to appoint Yuri G. Khachaturov on that post starting from May 2,” Valery Semerikov told reporters while summarizing the results of CSTO non-official summit held in Kyrgyzstan on April 14.

Our countries have similar goals for development: Serzh Sargsyan

Our countries have similar goals for development: Serzh Sargsyan

President Serzh Sargsyan, who is in Bishkek on a working visit, together with other leaders of the EAEU – President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbaev, President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambaev, President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin and the President of Moldova Igor Dodon, who was invited to take part at the gathering, participated at the session of the Eurasian Supreme Economic Council.

Will Russia test Trump in Karabakh?

Will Russia test Trump in Karabakh?

“Obviously, sharp statements he made early this year on Crimea and Ukrainian crisis didn’t solve his internal political issue, for which a more powerful strike was necessary and Trump took that step, by which he somewhat restored his authority and power inside and outside the country,” German analyst said.