Sarkisian Says Armenia Ready to Implement Karabakh Agreements

fter meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday at the Kremlin, President Serzh Sarkisian said Armenia is ready to implement agreements reached for the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict resolution.

Sarkisian emphasized the importance of the implementing previous agreements reached on the Karabakh conflict resolution, saying: “It is very important to implement the agreements reached; we are ready for this, reported the Russian TASS news agency.

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Dugin’s Guideline – Russian-Armenian summit

Armenia is Russia has always been the pillar and pole of Christian peoples in the Islamic world, which surrounds the Armenians almost in all directions. Therefore, Russia, as a world Christian power, traditionally considers Armenians to be under our protection. Without Russia none of the Armenians as a people, as a Christian society, security and even existence can not guarantee. It was and will be. And from this mission, Russia has not refused and will not refuse. Therefore, Moscow and Yerevan’s close relations. This country is a member of the EurAsEC and the CSTO. We have never betrayed the Armenians and will not betray them. It goes without saying.

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Dugin’s Guideline – Axis Moscow-Baku-Tehran

It is very important that the eyes improve relations Russia and Iran with Azerbaijan, although earlier in this complicated geopolitical configuration was a lot of problems. First of all, due to the fact that both Russia and Iran have traditionally close relations with Armenia, which is the regional enemy of Azerbaijan. The Karabakh problem complicates the situation.But lately, between Russia, Iran and Azerbaijan was reached mutual understanding on Karabakh problem: all agree that the first step to its solution must be the return of five adjacent to Karabakh, occupied by Armenians during the escalation of the Karabakh war. This will support both Moscow and Tehran. When they come under the control of Baku, opens the possibility of admission of Azerbaijan to the EEU and the CSTO.

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Erdogan takes aim at German MPs on Armenia | DW

In actions that have sparked outrage in Germany, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has unleashed retaliatory statements against German parliamentarians with ethnic Turkish backgrounds. The reason? On Thursday, they voted, together with nearly all their colleagues in the Bundestag, for a resolution recognizing massing killings in Armenia in 1918 as genocide. In addition, the resolution admitted the “complicity” of the German Empire in the crimes of Turkey’s predecessor state, the Ottoman Empire. Over 1.5 million Armenians died in the events approximately a century ago under the Ottoman Empire, but Turkey has steadfastly denied it was a genocide.

German members of parliament Özan Mutlu (Greens), Mahmut Özdemir (SPD), and Cemile Giousouf (CDU) have now had their Turkish identity called into question by Erdogan, who strictly rejects the crime being classified as genocide. Erdogan has now called for them to take a “blood test”, saying their Turkish identity should be checked as “their blood is impure”. Many of the MPs have also received death threats.

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