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Armenia proposing restoration of rail route through Azerbaijan to Russia

EurasiaNet 04 May 2021
As Azerbaijan has been pushed for a new rail connection that would connect its mainland with the exclave of Nakhchivan through southern Armenia, Armenia is proposing its own variant ... transport links that Azerbaijan would be able to use to reach Nakhchivan through Armenia ... Armenia prefers the blue route, Azerbaijan the red.
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Pashinyan’s Resignation Sets Stage for Snap Elections

Asbarez 27 Apr 2021
... general elections aimed at ending the post-war political crisis in Armenia. “In order to implement the decision to hold pre-term parliamentary elections on June 20, today I am resigning as prime minister of the Republic of Armenia,” he said in a televised address to the nation.
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2nd LD Writethru: Armenian PM resigns ahead of snap parliamentary elections

China.dot.org 25 Apr 2021
"In order to implement the decision on holding snap parliamentary elections on June 20, today I resign from the position of the Prime Minister of Armenia," Pashinyan said in a televised address to the nation.
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1st LD: Armenian PM resigns ahead of snap parliamentary elections

China.dot.org 25 Apr 2021
... snap parliamentary elections on June 20, today I resign from the position of the Prime Minister of Armenia," Pashinyan said in a televised address to the nation.
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Armenian PM resigns ahead of snap parliamentary elections

Sina 25 Apr 2021
... snap parliamentary elections on June 20, today I resign from the position of the Prime Minister of Armenia," Pashinyan said in a televised address to the nation.
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Quotes of the Day from Xinhua World News, April 25

China.dot.org 25 Apr 2021
- - - -. YEREVAN -- "In order to implement the decision on holding snap parliamentary elections on June 20, today I resign from the position of the Prime Minister of Armenia," Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said on Sunday in a televised address to the nation ... - - - - ... - - - -. SYDNEY -- "If you find a penguin on the beach, it needs help.
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Disturbing Contradictions by Armenia’s Top Officials on Ties with Ankara

Asbarez 30 Mar 2021
In an interview with Armenia’s Public Television channel, Grigoryan declined to clarify whether he believes that Turkey remains an enemy of Armenia after the Karabakh war last fall ... On Sunday, Pashinyan expressed similar sentiments, saying that Armenia should review its position on Turkey and Azerbaijan.
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Armenian FM: Developing trilateral cooperation with Greece and Cyprus is on the agenda

Greek City Times 29 Mar 2021
Armenian Foreign Minister Ara Ayvazyan said on Monday that developing relations with Greece and Cyprus is on their diplomatic agenda, Sputnik Armenia reported ... It is noted that in an interview yesterday with Public Television, the Secretary of the Security Council of Armenia Armen Grigoryan refused to describe Turkey as an enemy state.
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Moscow Declines to Comment on Aliyev’s ‘Zangezur is Armenian’ Comment

Asbarez 13 Mar 2021
A reporter for Armenia’s Public Television channel on Friday asked Russian foreign ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharove whether Moscow considered Aliyev’s statement about Zangezur a gross violation of international law and an infringement of Armenia’s sovereignty, and ...
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Armenia withdraws from Eurovision, Greek-Armenian singer misses opportunity again

Greek City Times 06 Mar 2021
“After careful and detailed discussions, the Public Television Company of Armenia has decided to withdraw from the Eurovision Song Contest 2021. The television station considered that “the shortness of production time as well as other objective reasons […] make the proper participation of Armenia at ESC 2021 impossible.”.
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Armenia pulls out of Eurovision over post-war crisis

Urdu Point 05 Mar 2021
On Friday, Armenia's public television broadcaster said in a statement that the continuing political fallout means the country will not be taking part in this year's Eurovision, set to be held in the Netherlands in May ... In 2012, Armenia boycotted the song contest when it was hosted by its arch-enemy Azerbaijan.
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Armenia withdraws from the Eurovision Song Contest

Metro UK 05 Mar 2021
‘After careful and detailed discussions, the Public Television Company of Armenia has decided to withdraw from the Eurovision Song Contest 2021, considering the latest events, the shortness of production time as well as other objective reasons that make the proper participation of Armenia at ESC 2021 impossible.’.
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Russia Denies Pashinyan’s Claim About Iskander Missile

Asbarez 26 Feb 2021
“The entire stockpile of the missiles remains in arms depots of Armenia’s Armed Forces,” Konashenkov said in televised remarks ... Russia supplied such systems to Armenia in 2015. On Wednesday, several Armenia media outlets quoted the first deputy chief of the Armenian army’s General Staff, Tiran Khachatryan, as also refuting Pashinyan’s claim.
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Post-war report: Pashinyan misfired with insult of Russian missiles

EurasiaNet 26 Feb 2021
In a February 23 interview with local television, Pashinyan said that the Iskander missiles in Armenia’s armory – the most sophisticated weapons it possesses – were effectively duds ... It is Russia’s most advanced ballistic system, and when Armenia acquired it in 2016 it was seen as a gamechanger in its arms race with Azerbaijan.
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Pashinyan misfired with insult of Russian missiles

EurasiaNet 25 Feb 2021
In a February 23 interview with local television, Pashinyan said that the Iskander missiles in Armenia’s armory – the most sophisticated weapons it possesses – were effectively duds ... It is Russia’s most advanced ballistic system, and when Armenia acquired it in 2016 it was seen as a gamechanger in its arms race with Azerbaijan.

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