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“There’s no military solution to the Nagorno-Karabakh issue”: Armenian Foreign Minister

Vartan Oskanian

Foreign Minister, Republic of Armenia

1955 - born in Syria
1979 - graduates, Yerevan Polytechnic Institute, Armenia
1983 - masters in Engineering, Tufts University, Boston
1986 - masters in Government Studies, Harvard University
1988 - Masters in Law and Diplomacy, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Boston
1990 - Founding Editor, Armenian International Magazine, California
1992 - moves back to Armenia, joins Foreign Ministry and becomes Head of Middle East Department
1994 - Deputy Foreign Minister, Republic of Armenia
1996 - First Deputy Foreign Minister, Republic of Armenia
1998 - Foreign Minister, Republic of Armenia

Today we will talk about the Russia-Armenia relations. Vartan Oskanian, Armenian Minister of Foreign Affairs, arrived in Russia on Tuesday for a two-day working visit to discuss matters aimed at deepening bilateral cooperation. He is the guest in our studio.