YerevanArthur Danielyan is leader of the Armenian opposition movement “Adekvat”. He volunteered in the Nagorno Karabakh war. In an exclusive interview with FWM he speaks about the recent political turmoil in Armenia and the agreement between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Danielyan was previously detained by the Armenian police for his political activity. This interview was conducted right after his release.
Articles by Manuel Ochsenreiter
Sometimes one wonders what the diplomats at the German Foreign Office actually do for a living. Over the last few days, the so-called Libyan Forum for Political Dialogue (LPDF) has been taking place in Tunisia under the auspices of the United Nations. This forum promises "Libyans a long-awaited chance for a permanent end to the conflict and a peaceful future in a united country," the Federal institution announced in a concise report on its website.
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