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The Azerbaijani side continues to consider the issue of refugees exclusively in the context of obtaining political dividends. Sarasar Saryan

Recently, the Azerbaijani side has stated on a number of occasions that if Artsakh returns to the negotiating table, the "Azerbaijani community of Nagorno- Karabakh" NGO should also participate in the negotiations. On this statement and the issue of refugees and displaced persons actively being raised by Azerbaijan, “Artsakhpress” had an interview with Head of the “NKR Organization of Refugees” NGO Sarasar Saryan.

Artsakhpress offers congratulations to 100-year-old Armenpress

Artsakhpress news agency congratulates its counterpart Armenpress on its centennial.

We have great expectations from Telethon. Haykak Arshamyan

This year, the Hayastan All-Armenian Fund's annual telethon will be held in Los Angeles on November 22.

Artsakh resettlement plan 'impossible without extra resources and costs' – Arayik Harutyunyan

In an interview with Tert.am, a former prime minister of Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh), Arayik Harutyunyan, commented upon the political situation in the country, its current domestic policy agenda, and the recently proposed program aimed at the resettlement of the liberated regions.

Artsakh has all attributes to be independent and recognized state. Member of European Parliament

Member of the European Parliament Jaromír Štětina is in Artsakh on a working visit.

Artur Tovmasyan: We support the President's reforms

ArtsakhPress had an interview with Artur Tovmasyan, head of the largest faction of the Artsakh Parliament, the ‘'Motherland'' political party . Issues touched upon included possible change in the policies of the ''Free Motherland'' political party, as well as recent political events.

What will be the aim of this year’s fundraising? Exclusive interview with Ara Vardanyan

Starting from May 18 to 20 the delegation of “Hayastan” All-Armenian Fund participated in solemn ceremonies of a number of projects carried out in Artsakh through the financial means of the Fund and the Artsakh government.

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