Nagorno-Karabakh Republic

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in the Caucasus, Abkhazia and South Ossetia, the previous year. Recognition process * In May 2012, the Rhode Island House of Representatives in the United States passed a resolution calling on President Barack Obama and the U.S. Congress to recognize Nagorno-Karabakh Republic. The resolution, adopted by the state's House of Representatives, encourages Nagorno-Karabakh's "efforts to develop as a free and independent nation."


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''' - Sergei Martynov (Sergei Martynov (politician)) (2003-present) Early life At the age of three André started singing with his family as audience. Three years later he began taking piano classes, and at the age of nine he wrote his first song, which he called ''Prayer'', showing his appreciation towards God. His professional singing career started at the age of 15 when he won the music contest ''Road to Renaissance''. For the last few years, André has been the lead vocalist


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Republic and Azerbaijan length causes Ethnic land dispute between Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh and Azerbaijan territory Establishment of the ''de facto'' independent Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, remaining a ''de jure'' part of Azerbaijan result Decisive Armenian military victory '''Martuni''' ( ) is a province of Nagorno-Karabakh Republic. It consists of the branch of Nagorno-Karabakh which juts out farthest


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Chesscenter.com date accessdate 2011-10-20 In the Russian Team Championship, he scored with an Elo performance rating (Glossary of chess#Performance rating) of around 2850. In December he beat Ruslan Ponomariov of Ukraine in the final round to win the World Cup (Chess World Cup 2005) in Khanty Mansiysk, Russia. After a draw (draw (chess)) in two regular games, Aronian won both Rapid games to win the event


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camps where poor water supply and sanitation caused gastro-intestinal infections, tuberculosis, and malaria. Hundreds of thousands of people displaced. ''Amnesty International''. 28 June 2007. Retrieved 20 January 2008. The Azerbaijani government has been unwilling to integrate the IDPs into the rest of the population as this could be interpreted as acceptance of the permanent loss of Nagorno-Karabakh. Военные обвиняют правительство в коррупции, Kommersant (21 January 2000)


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that the "strength of the Armenian armed forces, and Armenia's strategic alliance with Russia, are seen as key shields protecting the Karabakh state by the authorities in Stepanakert." Institute for Security Studies of WEU. Dov Lynch. Managing separatist states: A Eurasian case study. Some sources consider Nagorno-Karabakh as functioning ''de facto'' as part of Armenia. Военные обвиняют правительство в коррупции, Kommersant (21 January 2000)


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: www.unhcr.org home RSDCOI 456567564.pdf archivedate June 29, 2007


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Referendum, Frozen Conflicts , GlobalSecurity.org, Radio Free Europe Radio Liberty, May 2006 Vladimir Socor,main &type 6&article_id 356 Frozen Conflicts in the Black Sea-South Caucasus Region, IASPS Policy Briefings, 1 March 2004 The last two have recognised Transnistria as an independent state and have established diplomatic


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-Karabakh and Armenian governments' joint efforts, with main campus in Stepanakert. The university opening ceremony took place on 10 May 1992. Yerevan University of Management also opened a branch in Stepanakert. Culture Военные обвиняют правительство в коррупции, Kommersant (21 January 2000)


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alcohol) is one of the prioritized directions of the economic development. Tourism thumb Karmir Shuka (File:Karmir-shuka.jpeg). File:Tigranakert3.jpg thumb The ruins of Tigranakert of Artsakh Tigranakert

Nagorno-Karabakh Republic

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'''Nagorno-Karabakh''', officially the '''Nagorno-Karabakh Republic''' ('''NKR''';

The predominantly Armenian (Armenians)-populated region of Nagorno-Karabakh was claimed by both the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic and the First Republic of Armenia when both countries became independent in 1918. After the Soviet Union established control over the area, it created the Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous Oblast (NKAO) within the Azerbaijan SSR in 1923. In the final years of the Soviet Union (Dissolution of the Soviet Union), the region re-emerged as a source of dispute between Armenia and Azerbaijan. In 1991, a referendum (Nagorno-Karabakh independence referendum, 1991) held in the NKAO and the neighbouring Shahumian region resulted in a declaration of independence. Large-scale ethnic conflict led to the 1991–1994 Nagorno-Karabakh War, which ended with a ceasefire that left the current borders.

The Nagorno-Karabakh Republic is a presidential democracy (Presidential system) with a unicameral (Unicameralism) parliament (National Assembly of Nagorno-Karabakh). The ''de facto'' country is very mountainous, averaging above sea level (Above mean sea level). The population is predominantly Christian, with most Christians being affiliated with the Armenian Apostolic Church. Several historical monasteries are popular with tourists, mostly from the Armenian diaspora, as most travel can take place only between Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh.

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