Armenian-Azerbaijani website to be launched

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia-based Region research center and Azerbaijan’s Institute of Peace and Democracy (IPD) have initiated to launch a joint internet portal, to be financed by UK government.

“British government aims to finance and implement programs that will boost humanitarian ties. Internet must become a platform for people open to cooperation,” UK ambassador to Armenia Katherine Leach said.

“We have for a long time cooperated with different Azerbaijani organizations, journalists and experts. It’s time Armenian-Azerbaijani joint website launched.”

As director of Region research center Laura Baghdasaryan said, the website will feature joint discussions on migration problems in Armenia and Azerbaijan, power shift in Georgia, etc.

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