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Thursday, 17 March 2011

Tigran Sargsyan: “International community should send a clear indication that there is no alternative to peaceful settlement.”

On the sidelines of his visit to the Kingdom of Belgium, Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan delivered a statement at the External Relations Committee of the European Parliament after which he answered the journalists’ questions. Below you will find the Prime Minister’s answers and the questions which may be grouped in 3 main areas: “The first group of the questions relate to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. I feel you wish the conflict were settled for which I am... more »

Thursday, 17 March 2011

Prime Minister sums up outcome of his visit to Brussels

“To succeed in multilateral relations, including in Europe, it is important to have precedents of successful bilateral relations,” President of Belgian Parliament Andre Flao said after the meeting with Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan in Brussels. In this context, he made a point of Armenian Prime Minister’s visit to the Kingdom of Belgium during which a broad range of issues relating to the furtherance of bilateral relations was discussed, including possibilities for... more »

Thursday, 17 March 2011

Speech by the Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia Tigran Sargsyan

In the Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Parliament Honorable President; Esteemed Members of the European Parliament, Ladies and Gentlemen; I am greatly honored today to address the Foreign Affairs Committee and grateful to the European Parliament for organizing this meeting. Any question that is on today’s agenda must be viewed in the context of the recent developments taking place in the world. 1. What force is driving the current turbulence, crises, and... more »

March 2011