The reaction of international press on the events of Tavush
“Enlight” represents the reaction of international press on the ceasefire violations by the Azerbaijani Armed Forces and further developments in the Tavush region, Armenia. There are not only pro-Armenian, but also pro-Azerbaijani materials in the list.
A communication channel set up in 2018 to discuss incidents along the front lines could be used for sharing preventative information to protect farmers and minimise risks of escalation on the Armenia-Azerbaijan border, a recent report from the International Crisis Group (ICG) suggests.
YEREVAN, Armenia: Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan in a phone call Monday called for peace talks to end clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan, the Kremlin said. The phone call at Turkey’s initiative took place after Armenia’s military said one of its soldiers was killed by sniper fire from across the border with Azerbaijan in the latest bout of deadly violence. Border clashes erupted in mid-July between the ex-Soviet republics, which have for decades been locked in a conflict over Azerbaijan’s breakaway region of Nagorny Karabakh.
The recent escalation of tensions between Armenia and Azerbaijan, this time along the international border in the direction of the Tovuz district of Azerbaijan in the aftermath of an armed attack launched by Armenia on July12–14, 2020,had been brewing for some time before finally boiling over into full-fledged military clashes, the worst in recent years, […]
In a three-way call on Wednesday (22 July) with the foreign ministers of Azerbaijan and Armenia, the EU’s top diplomat, Josep Borrell called for an end to armed confrontations following a flare-up of tensions last week along the international state border between the two countries.
On July 12, skirmishes broke out on the border between Armenia and Azerbaijan. The fighting claimed at least sixteen lives in the most serious outbreak of hostilities in the South Caucasus since 2016. Although the fighting has subsided for now, the situation remains volatile and a war of words between the two countries continues—all of which further complicate prospects for a negotiated solution.
Azerbaijan, a close ally of Turkey and fellow denier of the Armenian Genocide, has actively sought the eradication of the region’s indigenous Armenian inhabitants and traces of their millennia-old civilization.
Azerbaijani officials warned over the weekend that an escalating military clash between with rival neighbor Armenia could disrupt oil and gas flows from the Caucasus region to Western European markets…
China-Eurasia Council for Political and Strategic Research strongly condemns Azerbaijani aggression which Baku started on July 12, 2020. Azerbaijani Ministry of Defense is a threat for the entire World as it is speaking about its aims to strike Metsamor Nuclear Plant, which is located in Armenia. Baku must understand that this is a crime against […]
An ongoing escalation between Azerbaijan and its neighbor Armenia is threatening to spill over into an all-out conflict that could draw in regional powers like Russia, Turkey, Iran and maybe even Israel.
Es sind die heftigsten Kämpfe seit 2016: Seit Tagen beschießen sich armenische und aserbaidschanische Truppen mit schwerem Geschütz. Das Risiko einer Ausweitung des Konflikts ist groß. Von Silvia Stöber.
Azerbaijan has threatened to hit Armenia’s only nuclear power station after an alleged Armenian threat to the Mingachevir dam, in the latest round of a conflict between the two countries that has recently featured an alarming buildup of drone air forces between the two sides.
DÉCRYPTAGE – Des combats transfrontaliers ont fait 16 morts depuis le 12 juillet entre les deux pays, qui se disputent la région autonome du Haut-Karabakh. Un conflit ancestral, où Russie et Turquie ont des intérêts concurrents.
Depuis dimanche, les affrontements ont fait dix-sept morts de part et d’autre de la frontière entre les deux pays. De quoi raviver le souvenir douloureux du conflit du Haut-Karabagh qui a fait 30 000 morts entre 1991 et 1994.
Après une journée de cessez-le-feu, Erevan et Bakou ont repris, le jeudi 16 juillet, leurs affrontements transfrontaliers, les plus violents depuis 2016. Les deux belligérants, en conflit depuis des décennies, s’accusent mutuellement d’avoir commencé les hostilités qui ont fait plusieurs ..
“Seit dem ersten Tag der Auseinandersetzung verfolge ich achtsam die deutschen Medien, um deren Berichterstattung zu beurteilen. Die ersten Tage war dies aus meiner Sicht zum großen Teil ausgewogen. In den letzten Tagen wurde ich hingegen sehr enttäuscht.”
The Republic of Armenia condemns in the strongest terms the ceasefire violations by the Azerbaijani armed forces in the direction of the Tavush region of the Republic of Armenia starting from the afternoon of July 12, accompanied by the attempts to infiltrate into Armenian positions with the use of
According to Azerbaijani military sources, starting from noon on July 12, 2020, the Armenian armed forces attempted to attack in order to capture positions in the direction of the Tovuz region of the Azerbaijani-Armenian border during the time when all the nations are busy with the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the Ministry of Defense of […]
Armenian and Azerbaijani military forces are engaged in their most serious armed confrontation since the so-called Four-Day War of April 2016, when hundreds of soldiers on both sides were reportedly killed and wounded along the Line of Contact, which marks the frontier of Azerbaijan’s occupied territories in and around Karabakh (see EDM, May 5, 2016). This time, the fighting began …
La région caucasienne du Haut-Karabakh, disputée entre Azerbaïdjan et Arménie, est en proie à des affrontements qui ont fait au moins 16 morts en 3 jours. Turquie et Russie s’activent en coulisses. Covid-19 oblige, le métro de New-York n’a jamais été aussi propre… mais est il sûr pou[…]
New Eastern Europe – A bimonthly news magazine dedicated to Central and Eastern European affairs
Les relations entre les deux pays se sont envenimées de longue date autour de la question du Haut-Karabakh en Azerbaïdjan, une région séparatiste peuplée d’Arméniens ayant fait sécession, avec le soutien d’Erevan, au début des années 1990.
Armenia and Azerbaijan forces fought Tuesday with heavy artillery and drones, leaving at least 16 people killed on both sides, including an Azerbaijani general, in the worst outbreak of hostilities in years.