The Blooming Relations between Hungary And Azerbaijan
For more than a decade, Hungary and Azerbaijan have developed excellent bilateral relations. A foreign policy choice at odds with Budapest claims to defend the ‘persecuted Christians’ in the East but is in line with the EU’s pragmatic diplomacy with Baku
Is There Anything Left of The Velvet Revolution? Armenia Is Looking for The Scapegoat for The Loss of Nagorno-Karabakh
After the defeat in the second Karabakh War, in an age-old custom, the people and their tribunes in Armenia are demanding a scapegoat. Prime Minister Pashinyan, who is responsible for the disgraceful peace, is the one to take the blame. However, all the achievements and the potential of the Velvet Revolution may be buried together with him
Foreign Affairs Minister of Artsakh: "Turkey does not hide its involvement in Azeri crimes"
Stepanakert seeks a peaceful settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, but will defend its independence and repel the attacking Azeris, who have political and military support from Turkey, says Masis Mayilyan