Monthly Archives: December 2012
The Armenian Weekly reports the Armenian Review recently announced the publication of a special issue about “The New Global Reparations Movement,” the growing movement to require reparations for cases of mass human rights violation.
We remain troubled by former Senator Hagel’s acceptance of Ankara’s gag-rule on American honesty about the Armenian Genocide – the still unpunished crime against a Christian nation that continues to define Turkey’s present-day policies toward Armenia and much of the region”.
The best way to prevent the war is the readiness for it and in this direction it is noticeable that Armenia took all the appropriate measures that would constrain Azerbaijan.
On December 27 the Vice Prime Minister of Armenia Armen Gevorgyan received the delegation of the World Bank, head by Ivan Drabek.
The parties expressed willingness to establish close cooperation between the two countries.
“I am not going to pardon these people, I cannot accept such an indiscriminate approach,” said Saakashvili.
ANC actually left Hrant Bagratyan alone, as a “punishment” for making a decision “independently” without Levon Ter-Petrosyan.
The European Union will allocate 60 million euros to Georgia in the form of aid in the framework of EU national indicative program.
The fact that Serzh Sargsyan managed to clear the field from undesirable opponents with the help of some factors and go to the elections almost alone, doesn’t mean that he also succeeded in solving those fundamental problems, which are blocking his way to establish his own authority.