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New website on Karabakh conflict launched

New website on Karabakh conflict launched

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenica.org, a non-profit project for spreading information about Armenia and its related issues, launched a new website on the Nagorno Karabakh conflict.

Mountainous-Karabakh.org is created and maintained by Armenica.org in collaboration with the Union of Armenian Associations in Sweden.

The conflict in Nagorno Karabakh was a comparatively well-known event in the late 1980s and one can claim that it marked the beginning of the dissolution of the Soviet Union, a press release says.

However, today it is relatively forgotten to the outside world, which opens for disinformation and dissemination of propaganda, rather than facts and verifiable data. Conflicts of this type are highly complex and the Karabakh conflict is no exception, the website says.

It would be impossible to discuss the issue in a comprehensive manner in the limited space of this site. Mountainous-Karabakh.org will instead give a general description to the background, the historical roots, the events, the existing evidence and the present proposals for a peaceful solution that have been tabled during the negotiations, the site creators say.

It is hoped that the reader will get a brief but accurate introduction to the conflict in order to dwell on the subject in case of deeper interest.

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