Armenian-Australian Gladys Berejiklian becomes first elected female Premier of New South Wales
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Curator of ‘Armenia!’ at the Met Exhibit to speak at Tufts Genocide Commemoration
In the wake of the successful exhibit Armenia!, Dr. Helen C. Evans, Mary and Michael Jaharis Curator for Byzantine Art at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, will speak at Tufts on the Armenian belief in the power of memory using works recently on display in the Armenia! exhibition at The Met.
Armenia, Artsakh not seeking new format of negotiations
Artak Nersisyan stressed that “the Prague Summary of the OSCE Chairman-in-Office is very clear and leaves no room for arbitrary and tendentious interpretations by the Azerbaijani side of OSCE decisions regarding the negotiation format.”
Armenia, EU to discuss outlook for macroeconomic policies
The objective of the meeting is to improve the shared understanding of the fundamentals of each economy. To this end, the two sides exchange information on macroeconomic trends and on structural reforms, including strategies for economic development.
Artsakh expects new realistic approaches from Minsk Group Co-Chairs
As regards the recent statement by the OSCE Minsk group Co-Chairs, the Foreign Minister considers that “the mediators have tried to say that the so-called Madrid Principals are still on the table and they are not going to present new proposals.”
Armenia, NATO discuss cooperation
The parties touched upon a wide range of issues of Armenia-NATO cooperation, namely the Individual Partnership Action Plan (IPAP), the process of implementation of measures under the Partnership for Peace Planning and Review Process, their assessment, as well as planning for the future.