The EU is studying the possibility of providing military aid to Armenia
The EU Foreign Relations Council today discussed the situation in Azerbaijan and Armenia:
EU foreign policy and security chief Josep Borrell announced that the EU is studying the possibility of providing military aid to Armenia within the framework of the European Peace Fund and the liberalization of visas for citizens of that country.
The EU has also warned Azerbaijan that any violation of Armenia's territorial integrity will lead to severe consequences.Follow us on Telegram
Armen Grigoryan met with the National Security Adviser of the Prime Minister of the United KingdomToday, 9:53
During his working visit to London, the Secretary of the RA Security Council, Armen Grigoryan, met with Sir Tim Barrow, National Security Advisor to the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Azerbaijan releases 32 Armenian servicemen, Armenia releases 2 Azerbaijanis. statementYesterday, 21:06
The Republic of Armenia and the Republic of Azerbaijan agree that there is a historic opportunity to achieve long-awaited peace in the region. The two states reaffirm their intention to regulate relations and reach a peace treaty based on respect for the principles of sovereignty and territorial integrity.
"I do not rule out that Armenians will go and live in Azerbaijan, and Azerbaijanis will come to live in Armenia." Alain SimonyanYesterday, 12:07
"There is no blood on our hands; let them not suddenly mess us up with them," said NA Speaker Alen Simonyan, responding to the question addressed to the RA Prime Minister by Levon Kocharyan, deputy of the Armenia faction.
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