Historically Turkey and Armenia never had diplomatic relations as sovereign nations. This has been mainly the case because either the latter was conquered by the former or other powers for centuries, was at war with the former, and/or the latter existed as a province within the former or a bigger nation. This was even more enflamed by the 1915 Armenian Genocide - a mass murder of the ethnic Armenian population in Ottoman Empire initiated and carried out by the Ottoman authorities - that took life of around from one to one and half million Armenians. 



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Armenia ranks between 110 and 120 among 213 countries under Power Generation Performance Indicator. Presently, 100 Armenian power companies, including 95 hydroelectric, 3 thermal and a nuclear power plant, generate about 6.5 billion kWh of electricity per year. In 2010, electric energy worth over 48.4 billion AMD was generated in Armenia through efforts of over 4.5 thousand workers involved. Power generation capacity in Armenia totaling about 3,200 MW comes to be fairly impressive for our small economy.

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Today there is hardly any media outlet that does not highlight news on the events in Libya. Indeed, given the scale of the Libyan revolt, accompanied by the astonishing number of deaths on both sides of the barricade, as well as similar bloodshed in neighboring Arab states, and the span of the international involvement, the temptation to follow and examine the developments in the region is quite high. Moreover, the issue gained such a high degree of attention worldwide that it merely overshadowed the Fukushima nuclear reactor tragedy in Japan.  

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Call for Expert on Policy Communication and Instruments

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“Green light” for environmentally neutral business development from Lisbon to Vladivostok

On March 3, 2021, the first meeting of the GreenDeal Task Force created under the Initiative Lisbon-Vladivostok was held. In the videoconference format, more than twenty authoritative experts in the field of ecology and business from Austria, Armenia, Germany, Italy, Kazakhstan, Russia, France, as well as the representatives of the largest business industry associations supporting the Initiative Lisbon-Vladivostok, discussed common approaches to harmonizing the activities implemented by the EU and the EAEU on the path to sustainable development, including a radical reduction in greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere by 2050.

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