- Vice Speaker of the House of Lords of Great Britains Parliament Caroline Cox is on her regular visit to Nagorno Karabakh. She will meet with Nagorno Karabakh Republic Parliament Speaker Ashot Ghulyan and Foreign Minister Georgy Petrosyan today, ARKA reports say. Baroness Cox will also visit a Rehabilitation Center in Stepanakert named to her honor.
Caroline Cox To Pay A Visit To Nagorno Karabakh
Posted 24 July 2007 - 11:14 AM
Posted 24 July 2007 - 11:47 AM
Սոսկ Տիկին Կարոլին Կոկսի սիրոյն (խաթեր) պէտք է զգոյշ լինենք, եւ մեր ձեռքբերած բարեկամները չկորսնցնենք:
Պատերազմի ամէնադժուար օրերին, նա իր խմբակի հետ թեւ ու թիկունք կանգնեցաւ պայքարող Արցախի կողքին: Մի պարագայ, որ շատ հայերին բախտ չվիճակուեց: Նա մեզնից աւելի հայ է:
Long live Baroness Cox.
Posted 24 July 2007 - 12:02 PM
Սակայն դա վոչմի պատձառ չե իրականությունը մոռանալու ՚ մեծ բրիտանյաի կատարատս հակաՀայկական քաղաքականությունը մորանալու
Posted 06 August 2007 - 03:16 PM
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Posted 23 September 2008 - 10:52 AM
Today the delegation leaded by the vice spokeswoman of the Houses of Lords of the UK, Baroness Caroline Kock has been received by the Prime Minister of the NKR Ara Harutyunyan, reported the press service of the NKR Government. This is the 65th visit of the Baroness to Artsax. The mission of her visit is to take part in the 10 anniversary of a recovery clinic established by her initiative and named after her. Greeting the guests the Prime Minister said that hundreds of disabled people have turned to the medical center and after integrated to the society. He has greeted all the organizers who have supported to establish the center.
Posted 24 September 2008 - 09:50 AM
STEPANAKERT, 23.09.08. DE FACTO. A delegation headed by vice Speaker
of Britain's House of Lords, Baroness Caroline Cox, arrived in
According to DE FACTO own correspondent in Nagorno-Karabakh,
the visit's ground is the 10th anniversary of establishment of
Rehabilitation Center bearing Caroline Cox's name. Nagorno-Karabakh
Republic PM Ara Harutyunian received the delegation on September
22. NKR Minister of Health A. Khachatrian and Minister of Social
Security N. Azatian participated in the meeting.
Welcoming the guests, the country's PM thanked the Baroness for
assistance she had rendered to the Rehabilitation Center. NKR PM also
highly estimated the Center Director Vardan Tadevosian's professional
and humanitarian activity. In her turn, Caroline Cox thanked Ara
Harutyunian for warm reception and welcomed Nagorno-Karabakh
government's efforts in overcoming consequence of the war and
construction of a state.
"We are extremely impressed by what we have seen on the place of
excavations of Tigranakert, an ancient Armenian town. Tigranakert's
discovery is an incontestable fact to obtain historical justice. It
testifies that Armenians have been living and creating here from time
immemorial", Baroness Cox said.
Posted 07 February 2014 - 09:12 AM
Intimidation against Nagorno-Karabakh
The Guardian, Wednesday 5 February 2014 21.01 GMT
I am deeply concerned by the response of Fakhraddin Gurbanov,
Azerbaijan's ambassador to the UK (Letter, 30 January), to Anastasia
Taylor-Lind's interview and photograph (My best shot, 24 January)
showing a wedding in the historically Armenian enclave of
Nagorno-Karabakh. I've visited Nagorno-Karabakh 80 times, many during
the bitter war from 1991 to 1994, and I witnessed Azerbaijan's
attempted ethnic cleansing of Armenians, including firing 400 GRAD
missiles a day on the civilians in the capital city of Stepanakert,
and numerous atrocities, including the slaughter of civilians in the
village of Maragha in 1992. I saw the homes still smoldering,
decapitated corpses, charred human remains, and survivors in shock. In
a nearby hospital I met the chief nurse who had lost 14 members of her
extended family including her son, whose head had been sawn off. As Mr
Gurbanov suggested Ms Taylor-Lind should widen her perspective by
speaking to displaced peoples within Azerbaijan, so I suggest he speak
to the survivors of Maragha. Azerbaijan's aggression against
Nagorno-Karabakh has turned into a policy of attempted attrition
through economic and military intimidation, with aggressive propaganda
threatening further military offensives. This policy prolongs the
suffering of civilians displaced by the conflict - both Azeris and
Armenians, leaving many in limbo and in poverty.
If Azerbaijan's government removes the threat of renewed military
action, supports the shaky ceasefire and pursues confidence-building
measures, then perhaps opportunities for peace-building could develop,
including provision for displaced peoples to return to their homes - a
matter about which the ambassador claims to feel so strongly.
House of Lords
* The ambassador of Azerbaijan says that Taylor-Lind should visit
Azerbaijan to see the plight of displaced people there. It is not that
easy. Even a short visit to Azerbaijan requires a visa, photos, a
letter of invitation, a confirmed hotel booking and an eye-watering
minimum visa fee of £100. It is also disingenuous to says that anyone
wishing to visit NK should do so through Azerbaijani authorities. You
can only visit NK from Armenia and if you have a NK visa in your
passport you will be barred from visiting Azerbaijan.
Posted 19 August 2015 - 12:32 PM
BARONESS CAROLINE COX ORGANIZES PILGRIMAGE TO ARTSAKH
13:02, 19 August, 2015
YEREVAN, AUGUST 19, ARMENPRESS. Member of the House of Lords of
British Parliament, Baroness Caroline Cox, visited Narogno Karabakh
with a group of pilgrims. Armenpress was informed from "Meran"
official newspaper editor that the pilgrims stayed the night at
Berdzor on August 17. The guests were welcomed at Berdzor by Artur
Mkhitaryan and Hakob Sayamyan, the Deputy Heads of the Kashatagh
Regional Administration, and Head of the Staff Davit Davtyan.
Baroness Caroline Cox noted that Artsakh had become dear to her
heart since war times. Caroline Cox told the members of her group,
who were in Artsakh for the first time in their lives, about the
heroic battle of the people of Artsakh. Speaking about Kashatagh,
the baroness said that the Armenian people had always founded and
flourished their country on ruins.
Disabled people who had participated in Artsakh Liberation War and
were later treated in Stepanakert Rehabilitation center named after
Baroness Caroline Cox also were in the pilgrimage group.
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Posted 21 August 2015 - 10:23 AM
NKR PRESIDENT ATTACHED IMPORTANCE TO BARONESS CAROLINE COX'S REGULAR VISITS TO ARTSAKH
20:11, 20 August, 2015
STEPANAKERT, AUGUST 20, ARMENPRESS. The President of the Republic of
Artsakh, Bako Sahakyan, received the delegation headed by Baroness
Caroline Cox on August 20.
As "Armenpress" was informed from the Central Information Department
of the Office of the Artsakh Republic President, President Sahakyan
acknowledged regular visits of Baroness to Artsakh, the continuous
expansion of the delegations' composition, considering it important
from the viewpoints of getting acquainted with Artsakh, cementing
friendship ties with our country and people.
Posted 28 September 2016 - 09:16 AM
Member of the House of Lords, Baroness Caroline Cox and her delegation visited the military positions located in the eastern direction of the NKR Defense Army.
At the frontline they asked about the frequency of the ceasefire violations, examined the living conditions of the servicemen and the peculiarities of military duty.
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Posted 07 July 2017 - 11:02 AM
President of the Republic of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh Republic/NKR), Bako Sahakyan, on Thursday sent a congratulatory letter to the member of the UK House of Lords, Baroness Caroline Cox, in connection with her 80th birthday.
“Let me congratulate You on behalf of the Artsakh people, the authorities and personally myself on Your glorious jubilee, the 80th birthday anniversary.
“You have always stood by the Armenian nation, shared their pain and anguish, supported in every possible way our righteous struggle for freedom and independence, voiced against human rights abuses and violence. Due to Your efforts many people from all corners of the world learnt about Artsakh and obtained credible information on the Karabagh case.
“The life You lead and Your entire activity deserve upper estimate and could be reckoned among the best manifestations of love for mankind.
“Thank You for Your allegiance and commitment to panhuman values and democratic principles, for Your long-standing fundamental and consistent work, for the heartfelt attitude and tender friendship You nourish towards Artsakh people.
“I once again congratulate You and wish peace, robust health, success and all the best to You and all Your family and relatives,” reads the letter by the NKR President.
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