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Historical Tragedies Tie Greece and Armenia Together, Says Greek FM

Greece's Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias stressed on Tuesday that historical tragedies tie Greece and Armenia together. Dendias was speaking in Armenia's capital of Yerevan where he met his Armenian counterpart Ararat Mirzoyan. https://twitter.com/NikosDendias/status/1574768637361135616 Dendias said that Greece has repeatedly underlined its support...

Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict Reignites: More than 150 Dead in Battles

The Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict reignited this week with more than 150 soldiers killed on both sides since Monday. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said more than one hundred Armenian soldiers have been killed in border clashes while Azerbaijan says fifty of...

Turkey, Armenia Hold Rare Talks to Normalize Relations

Turkey and Armenia held talks in Moscow, Russia, on Friday. The two countries are seeking to normalize relations and reopen borders. Turkey and Armenia have not been linked diplomatically or commercially for the past three decades. This is the first...

Greece Releases Turkish-Armenian Writer who Faced Deportation

A Greek court released a prominent Turkish-Armenian writer living under a temporary permit in Greece after fleeing a Turkish prison on Friday. Sevan Nisanyan, a 66-year-old linguist and blogger was arrested on the island of Samos last week and faced...

Greece Pulls Down Provocative Azerbaijan Advertisement in Thessaloniki

Greece ordered the pulling down of an Azerbaijan advertisement with the words "Shushi is Azerbaijan" on public transport in the Greek city of Thessaloniki on Wednesday. It was removed by the efforts of the Armenian Embassy, community structures, the Greek-Armenian...

Turkey Fumes at Biden’s Recognition of the Armenian Genocide

Turkey reacted with anger at the statement by U.S. President Joe Biden on Saturday to recognize the Armenian genocide. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused "third parties" of interfering in Turkey’s affairs. "Nobody benefits from the debates - which should be held...