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Posted 25 August 2017 - 09:28 AM

Aravot, Armenia
Aug 24 2017
‘Similarly, Hoagland could write Hollywood scenarios’, Tevan Poghosyan

“We know that there is a US-Russian confrontation. And as Putin-Serzh Sargsyan meeting is on the way, where it was stated that there would be a discussion of the Karabakh issue, it is clear that perhaps the American side might have nothing to do with it, and what are they doing-they are publishing a text, which has been in circulation in different modes for the past 5-6 years”, commenting on the statement on Karabakh conflict settlement made by US Co-Chair of the OSCE Minsk Group Richard Hoagland, said Tevan Poghosyan, member of the 5th Convocation National Assembly, member of the Foreign Affairs Committee, in an interview with Aravot.am.

He said that it was in the interest of the US for Hoagland to make such a statement. We must be wise and realize that these problems may have nothing to do with us.

According to him, the texts that are being published, can be considered dead: “All documents published up to now- stage version, package version, Madrid principles, etc.- when being published, the public expresses its opinion on them, and that’s it, everyone knows. We know that there is actually a phenomenon connected to Karabakh negotiation process that corresponds to the reality, which is that there should be mechanisms of trust on the agreements of Vienna and St. Petersburg, after which there will be negotiations. There have been no negotiations, Hoagland publishes a text, which might be just Hoagland’s imagination. Similarly, Hoagland could write Hollywood scenarios. Has Hoagland imagined a year ago that there would be an April aggression from Azerbaijan, and is he sure that there won’t be another aggression a year later? As there are no trust mechanism, what are we talking about? They have brought only an issue, to remind us about their existence”.

Tevan Poghosyan noted that there are several notices about confidence in the text published by Hoagland, and then a question arises, what confidence is that about? “Do we have confidence towards our opponent today? Can we arrange anything with Azerbaijan nowadays? In any case, these documents are not being implemented”.

According to Tevan Poghosyan, we should not deceive ourselves and be ready for the struggle of long-term generations: “The other side is not ready yet, I do not know what kind of resolution there should be, so that the other side’s generation is ready to take such steps, so that we can have confidence towards them. Every single day they inspire themselves that we are their enemies, that all Armenians are the enemies of the world, who must be killed, slaughtered, raped, and eradicated”.

Mr. Poghosyan mentioned that Hoagland’s statement raised a wave of dissatisfaction that existed in society: “We must tell Hoagland-you are neither the first nor the last co-chair, so you can do your brain-exercises. Whenever you come and say, we will take steps that promote democracy in society, build confidence, and help the societies to agree on and live together… now we are not able to conduct even public diplomacy with the Azerbaijani side, how can we even talk about other arrangements? What is Azerbaijani side going to do with the weapons they have bought, going to return?”.




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Posted 31 August 2017 - 09:20 AM

ARKA, Armenia
Aug 30 2017
Resolution of Nagorno-Karabakh conflict should favor people living on its territory, FM of Bosnia and Herzegovina says

YEREVAN, August 30. /ARKA/. A resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict should favor the people living on its territory, Foreign Minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina Igor Crnadak told journalists on Wednesday in Yerevan during a briefing with Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian. He noted that Bosnia and Herzegovina wants to see a peaceful solution to the Karabakh conflict and supports the efforts of the OSCE Minsk Group to that end.

"We hope that the settlement of this long-running conflict will be taken primarily in the interests of the people living there," said Crnadak. 

The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict erupted into armed clashes after the collapse of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s as the predominantly Armenian-populated enclave of Azerbaijan sought to secede from Azerbaijan and declared its independence backed by a successful referendum.  On May 12, 1994, the Bishkek cease-fire agreement put an end to the military operations. 

A truce was brokered by Russia in 1994, although no permanent peace agreement has been signed. Since then, Nagorno-Karabakh and several adjacent regions have been under the control of Armenian forces of Karabakh.  Nagorno-Karabakh is the longest-running post-Soviet era conflict and has continued to simmer despite the relative peace of the past two decades, with snipers causing tens of deaths a year.

On April 2, 2016, Azerbaijan launched military assaults along the entire perimeter of its contact line with Nagorno-Karabakh. Four days later a cease-fire was reached. ---0---


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Posted 31 August 2017 - 09:35 AM

ARMINFO News Agency, Armenia
August 29, 2017 Tuesday

Canadian parliamentarians will visit Artsakh

Marianna Mkrtchyan. Speaker of Armenian Parliament Ara Babloyan
received a delegation led by the head of One Free World International
international organization Rev. Majed El Shafie.

According to Armenian NA press service, Babloyan expressed gratitude
to the head of the delegation and Canadian parliamentarians for the
decision to visit Artsakh. According to the head of the Armenian
legislature, in Artsakh they will be able to receive unbiased
information about Nagorno-Karabakh and the conflict. "I am glad that
you will visit Artsakh. There you will get acquainted with the
peace-loving and freedom-loving people and make sure that you are on
the right path - in defending the right of the Artsakh people to live
freely. Residents of Artsakh, unlike Azerbaijanis, just protect their
right to live in peace in their own home, "said the head of National
Assembly of Armenia.

At the same time, Babloyan highly appreciated the recognition of
Armenian Genocide by the legislative and executive bodies of Canada,
stating that even today the Turkish authorities continue to deny this
fact, they demonstrate the same approach as 102 years ago. The
Armenian speaker, citing the example of reconciliation between Germany
and Israel, stressed that the burden of lies still lies on Ankara, and
unlike in the past, today Turkey is regressing in the matter of
protecting human rights.

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Posted 01 September 2017 - 10:36 AM

AZERTAC News, Azerbaijan
Aug 31 2017
Azerbaijan's Foreign Ministry: Canadian MP's illegal visit to the occupied Azerbaijani territories is Armenia's another political provocation
Baku, August 31, AZERTAC
"Canadian MP Tony Clement's illegal visit to the Armenia-occupied Azerbaijani territories is another political provocation of Armenia," spokesperson of Azerbaijan`s Ministry of Foreign Affairs Hikmat Hajiyev has told journalists.
"This illegal trip of Tony Clement to the occupied Azerbaijani territories is co-organized by the Canadian bureau of the Armenian national committee and the Armenian lobby with whom he has close relationship in exchange for financial interest. This person, who has repeatedly been accused of bribery and corruption, is paying a visit to the occupied territories of Azerbaijan for financial interest and is trying to camouflage Armenia's aggression and bloody ethnic cleansing policy against Azerbaijan, and to justify all this. In exchange for his service he also tries to gain the Canadian Armenian lobby's financial support for future elections," Hikmat Hajiyev said.
"His actions, beyond moral, ethical, and humane values, which are accompanied by the violation of the laws of the Republic of Azerbaijan, and the norms and principles of international law, should first be regarded as disrespect for Canada's parliamentary traditions and for its voters. We hope that the relevant Ethics Committee of the Canadian Parliament will examine his actions outside the country," the ministry's spokesperson said.
"Though the man named Majed El Shafie, who accompanied Tony Clement, is the head of the NGO, the Armenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs with the purpose of propaganda deliberately introduces him as a member of the Canadian Parliament.”
"Azerbaijan's concern and dissatisfaction over the issue was conveyed to the Foreign Ministry and the Parliament of Canada. Their names will be included in the "List of foreign citizens who illegally visited occupied territories of the Republic of Azerbaijan," Hajiyev added.

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Posted 17 September 2017 - 08:19 AM

Panorama, Armenia
Sept 16 2017
Blogger from Latvia admires Artsakh, says a wonderful place to visit


Latvian blogger Alexander Alimov who is attending the annual Wine Festival underway in Artsakh (Nagorno Karabakh) Togh village plans to shoot a film about Artsakh. The blogger unveiled his plans in a Facebook post
accompanied by videos and photos from the country’s most visited tourist destinations, including historic-cultural monuments, churches as well as of people he met in Stepanakert market.

Alimov recalls the story Holy Savior Ghazanchetsots Cathedral in Shoushi and the initiative of unprecedented mass wedding ceremony when around seven hundred couples from all over Nagorno Karabakh were married during two separate ceremonies.   The event was initiated and sponsored by well-known Armenian benefactor Levon Hayrapetyan.

Thus far the blogger has attended the Stepanakert market and tasted Jengyalov hats (traditional bread with greens from Karabakh). He has even asked for the locals for a master class to prepare it.

“People are kind and friendly here. Even strangers, including kids, come to greet me.  The Artsakh Republic is a wonderful place,” the blogger wrote.

Prior to visiting Stepanakert, the blogger toured Armenia’s southern parts, visiting Khor Virap and Tatev monasteries.




For other photos visit: https://www.panorama...o-visit/1835839


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Posted 19 September 2017 - 10:07 AM

Vestnik Kavkaza
Sept 18 2017
Yerevan threatens to recognize Karabakh
18 Sep in 17:05

Armenian Foreign Minister Eduard Nalbandyan said that Armenia will recognize Nagorno-Karabakh's independence if a war that cannot be stopped begins.

"This will mean the end of negotiations with all the consequences," the minister said at the 6th Armenia-Diaspora Forum.

At the same time, the head of the foreign ministry noted that it is impossible to solve the conflict only through recognition.

"If all the issues were resolved through recognition, we would have long ago recognized it. The negotiations are under way and we want to resolve the issue peacefully together with the international community. We will continue negotiations as much as possible. The war is not a solution," Interfax cited Nalbandyan as saying.


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Posted 20 September 2017 - 09:23 AM

PanArmenian, Armenia
Sept 19 2017
Transfer of Karabakh territories to Baku fraught with new war: expert

Armenia is discussing the transfer of some territories under the control of Nagorno Karabakh (Artsakh) to Azerbaijan, foreign minister Edward Nalbandian said on Monday, September 18 when addressing the 6th Armenia-Diaspora Conference in Yerevan.

These are the territories that will not threaten Karabakh in terms of security or cause renewal of the conflict, Nalbandian said.

Deputy Director of the Institute of CIS countries Vladimir Evseev believes that Karabakh itself, not the official Yerevan, should announce the possible transfer of territories.

"While it is only a matter of desire now, it is difficult to imagine the practical side of this question," Evseev says.

According to the expert, at the moment a lot of territories referred to in the Madrid agreements are of strategic importance for Artsakh.

"Directions that are dangerous won't be handed over to Baku. If Armenia withdraws from the line of demarcation, there is a big likelihood of hostilities from Azerbaijan," Evseev added.

Zurab Kananchev, an employee of the Center for the Study of Central Asia, the Caucasus and the Urals and Volga Region of the IAS RAS, said that Yerevan's statement should be regarded as a trial balloon: what Azerbaijan can offer in return is what matters.

According to the expert, Azerbaijan's reaction to the statement can be anything: from restrained to emotional, as the issue of possible transfer of territories has been raised repeatedly.


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Posted 20 September 2017 - 09:30 AM

Not even one centimeter, if it's up to me!


Sept 19 2017
Armenia: Hint of Territorial Concessions to Azerbaijan Sparks Controversy
September 19, 2017 - 1:36pm, by Emil Sanamyan
Armenian Foreign Minister Eduard Nalbandian speaking September 18 at the "Armenia-Diaspora" conference, where he suggested Armenia may be willing to return some territories to Azerbaijan. (photo: mfa.am)

Armenia's foreign minister suggested the country could hand over certain territories around the disputed Nagorno Karabakh to Azerbaijan as part of a hypothetical peace deal, sparking controversy among Armenians.

The widespread outrage underscores the disconnect between hardened public perceptions of the conflict and diplomatic proposals that have long been the subject of negotiations in the effort to resolve it.

Foreign Minister Eduard Nalbandian made the remarks on September 18 at the “Armenia-Diaspora” conference in Yerevan. During the question and answer session he was asked about Armenian territorial withdrawals outlined in what is known as the “Madrid Principles” worked out by international negotiators.

“As far as the return of territories, we are talking about those territories that [if returned] would not threaten the security of Karabakh, nor the [conflict’s] resolution,” Nalbandian was quoted as saying. “I cannot add any other details, or negotiations might fail.”

The question was most likely spurred by the outgoing interim United States negotiator for Karabakh Richard Hoagland’s comments on the Madrid Principles made last month.

“There can be no settlement without respect for Azerbaijan’s sovereignty, and the recognition that its sovereignty over these territories must be restored,” Hoagland said.

That statement was widely criticized in Armenian American media as excessively pro-Azerbaijani.

The Madrid Principles are not final but broadly call for the withdrawal of Armenian forces from five former Azerbaijani districts south and east of Nagorno Karabakh and special modalities for two other districts sandwiched between Nagorno Karabakh and Armenia, linked with the determination of Nagorno Karabakh’s status and workings of other security arrangements.

Most Karabakh watchers will be hard-pressed to remember when in recent years have negotiations not failed between Armenia and Azerbaijan. The last vague document the two sides agreed to was in November 2008, at a time when both countries were still in a particularly intimidated state after Russia's military rout of Georgia. The focus in talks since then has been on preventing an escalation in violence rather than on any actual peace agreement.

Nalbandian’s deputy Shavarsh Kocharian rushed in to express ‘surprise’ by the brouhaha. Nalbandian wasn’t giving anything away, Kocharian assured, insisting that if anything Nalbandian had “added two conditions” to what has been a long-standing provision in the negotiations.

Some in Azerbaijan, meanwhile, crowed over the statement. “Perhaps, Yerevan has finally realized that it is necessary to move towards peace and this is the only chance to avoid a war which Armenia has obviously lost,” wrote commentator Elmira Tariverdiyeva.

Nalbandian’s comments and the subsequent reaction recalled a controversy around Armenia’s previous foreign minister, Vartan Oskanian, in 2001. Oskanian was lambasted then for calling the former Azerbaijani districts around Nagorno Karabakh “occupied.” Incidentally, Kocharian – then an opposition member of parliament – was one of those who criticized Oskanian at the time.

In 2001, as now, Armenian press accounts saw the comments as evidence of a scheming government testing the waters for a possible “sell-out” of Armenian territory. As a result, no Armenian politician has used the term “occupied territories” since.




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Posted 21 September 2017 - 09:14 AM

The Armenian Weekly
Sept 20 2017
Stepanakert Responds to Nalbandian’s Comments: ‘There Can Be No Return to Past Borders’

By Contributor on September 20, 2017

Artsakh President’s Spokesperson Responds to Comments by Armenia’s Foreign Minister Nalbandian about Territorial Concessions

YEREVAN (Asbarez)—Artsakh presidential spokesperson David Babayan did not equivocate on Tuesday when he told Azatutyun .am that there absolutely cannot be a scenario where Artsakh returns to its Soviet-era borders, adding that all territories of Artsakh were important in ensuring the country’s and its residents’ security.


Nalbandian speaking at the Armenia-Diaspora conference (Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Armenia)

This announcement was in response to questions raised following an address by Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian during his presentation at the Armenia-Diaspora conference currently underway in Yerevan. During his official statement, he reiterated Armenia’s position vis-à-vis the Karabagh conflict resolution process and included harsh criticism of Azerbaijan’s military attacks on Artsakh.

Nalbandian’s controversial comments came during a response to a question from a conference participant regarding the concept of “return of territories,” and caused confusion among conference participants and others. “We are talking about those territories whose return will not endanger the resolution of the conflict and the security [of Artsakh] and will not threaten the outcome of the process,” Nalbandian said in his answer.

Asked to comment on Nalbandian’s remarks, Babayan said, “All the territories around Artsakh are important in terms of ensuring its security; there can be no return to the past in terms of borders and status.”

He added that any compromise must be proportional. “If we are talking about territories, we must remember that Azerbaijan is occupying many Armenian regions: Getashen, Martunashen, Artsvashen, Shahumyan…must all be returned,” said Babayan. “There will be no unilateral concessions. Any one-sided concession will lead to disaster.”

Speaking to Azatutyun.am, Armen Rustamyan, head of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation faction of the Armenian Parliament, pointed out that there can be no unilateral concessions. He said compromises may be considered only when Artsakh’s independence is fully recognized.


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Posted 22 September 2017 - 10:19 AM

Aravot, Armenia
Sept 21 2017
‘Nakhichevan, Getashen, Shahumyan, Utik are currently conceded, what else are you going to concede again?’, Postanjyan

Responding to Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian’s statement on returning territories to Yerablur, Postanjyan, leader of the “Yerkir Tsirani” party, said: “We have no territories to hand over. The negotiations format cannot be the same as has been over 26 years. There is a republic of Artsakh and Armenia, we are a single unit, and we have come to the point that it should be legalized and we need to hold our joint elections. Artsakh territories are not subject to bargaining or conceding. If we talk about concessions or compromises, Nakhichevan, Getashen, Shahumyan, Utik are currently conceded, what else are you going to concede again? How do you picture a part of our homeland that you want to hand over? Do you want to concede Tigranakert-the oblivion of our once-powerful power? No one will allow you to carry out such a treacherous act”.

Zaruhi Postanjyan said, “At present, our political territory covers 42 thousand square meters, which should only be expanded. We are the owners of our historical homeland, no one can say that we have an antiquity problem”.


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Posted 22 September 2017 - 02:03 PM

Aravot, Armenia
Sept 22 2017
Armen Ashotyan’s responses irritate Azeri journalists: they distort the words of Armenian delegates

Armen Ashotyan notices that anti-Armenian propaganda in Azerbaijan is an indisputable fact and is quite active

During the Euronest Parliamentary Assembly in Baku, the Armenian delegation, including Chairman of the RA National Assembly Standing Committee on Foreign Relations Armen Ashotyan, as the head of the delegation, and MP Mane Tandilyan, made a press conference. Armen Ashotyan told Aravot.am that the press conference lasted long, the attention towards the Armenian delegation was evident, there were a large number of journalists.

«The questions were sharp, and our answers were adequate. Azerbaijani media tried to manipulate the issue of internally displaced persons, presenting inflated figures, speaking about their problems and rights. I had to remind them that my forefathers from my mother’s side were from this town, and Baku once was a multinational city where Armenians, Greeks, Jews, and Russians participated in the creation of the city. Armenian traces still can be observed in Baku. It is a historical and cultural heritage created by our compatriots over the years”, said Armen Ashotyan during our talk.

He stated that the Azerbaijani press presented his answers in favor of its propaganda machine, but the video of the press conference is available and has not been published yet because of technical problems. The Baku propaganda machine has not publicized the answers to some questions. “I have not found my answer to the question regarding Khojalu events in the Azerbaijani newsletters yet. They tried to talk about the so-called “genocide” of Khojalu, and I advised them to read the famous interview of former Azerbaijani President Ayaz Mutalibov to the Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper, where he clearly explains that these events were organized by the “Popular Front of Azerbaijan” to make a power change. My answer irritated some of the journalists and they left”, told Mr. Ashotyan.

Regarding the Artsakh conflict settlement Armen Ashotyan has noted that the agreements of St. Petersburg and Vienna should be the subject of discussion at the moment: introduction of investigative mechanisms and ensuring confidence environment: “Currently, those do not become a reality because of the behavior of Azerbaijan. I also listed the basic principles: self-determination, territorial integrity, and security. Azerbaijani media changed their order, first mentioning the territorial integrity”.

The other delegate, Mane Tandilyan, could not escape from the Azerbaijani media distortions either. Armen Ashotyan noted, “Her meaningful and thematic report was presented with distortions. We also have the video of Mrs. Tandilyan’s report”.

Armen Ashotyan notices that anti-Armenian propaganda in Azerbaijan is an indisputable fact and is quite active: a large team is working to ensure the physical security of the Armenian delegates. “We even had a chance to walk around the city center, visit a café, have dinner. That is, a secure environment is provided, but a large team is working on that”.



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Posted Today, 09:17 AM

I doubt very much that fake sultan will agree to this, because he will lose the only card that keeps him in power with the hatred of Armenians.



Armenpress News Agency , Armenia
September 23, 2017 Saturday

If Azerbaijan agrees to recognize Artsakh's independence, the sides
are close to conflict settlement – Vice Speaker Sharmazanov

YEREVAN, SEPTEMBER 23, ARMENPRESS. Vice Speaker of Armenia’s
Parliament Eduard Sharmazanov commented on the statement of Konstantin
Kosachev, head of the Russian Federation Council's International
Affairs Committee, according to which Armenia and Azerbaijan are close
to the settlement of the Nagorno Karabakh conflict.

“If Azerbaijan has agreed to recognize the independence of Artsakh and
informed this to the OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs, yes, the sides are
close to the settlement”, Sharmazanov told Armenpress.

He said otherwise there cannot be any talk over the conflict
settlement since the Armenian side has repeatedly stated that there
cannot be any settlement without the exercise of Artsakh people’s
right to self-determination and complete recognition of that right.

“If Mr. Kosachev made such statement, it means he has information that
Azerbaijan announced its desire to recognize Artsakh’s independence
since otherwise the sides cannot be close to the settlement”,
Sharmazanov said.

Konstantin Kosachev announced that Armenia and Azerbaijan are close to
the settlement of the Artsakh conflict. “Russia has adopted a neutral
stance on this issue. We have friendly ties both with Armenia and
Azerbaijan. According to my information, the Artsakh-Azerbaijan
conflict is quite close to the settlement”, Kosachev said.


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Posted Today, 09:20 AM

Armenpress News Agency , Armenia
September 23, 2017 Saturday

Welcome and "black lists" – Russian blogger shares impressions over
visit to Artsakh

YEREVAN, SEPTEMBER 23, ARMENPRESS. Russian blogger Sergey Novikov is
impressed by his visit to Artsakh, and he shared his impressions by an
article published in his blog. The blogger introduced the sights of
Armenia and Artsakh, referred to the so-called “black list” of
Azerbaijan that enlists people who visit Artsakh.

On our way to Artsakh from Armenia we encountered the poster reading
“Free Artsakh welcomes you”. The lights were switched on far away in
the city that 25 years ago was called Lachin. As a result of the
Karabakh war that ended in 1994 based on a ceasefire agreement, this
city together with the strategic road came under the control of
Armenians. After that Lachin was renamed into Berdzor, becoming one of
the largest cities of the second de-facto Armenian state, Artsakh”,
ARMENPRESS reports Novikov writes.

Afterwards the blogger present the sights he saw on his way from
Armenia to Artsakh. Novikov was impressed by Khor Virap, Caves of
Areni, Noravank and Tatev.

“The long way is behind. We are in Stepanakert – the capital of
Artsakh. While regional neighbors Abkhazia and South Ossetia enjoy at
least minimal recognition, no UN member country seems to see
Karabakh”, the blogger writes.

He recalled the words of Armenian blogger Sedrak Mkrtchyan, saying,
“Azerbaijan will never recognize the independence of Nagorno Karabakh,
but we will never give them these lands. And the most interesting
thing is that all the sides understand this very well”.

Afterwards Sergey Navikov speaks about the so-called “black list” of
Azerbaijan which enlists people who visit Artsakh. “With each
kilometer to the east the odds to appear in the “black list” of our
neighbor grow. But it’s ok. People can still live being enlisted. One
of my friends, Alexander Voloshchuk, has appeared in that same “black
list”, as well as Dmitry Yegorov who is very well familiar with
Nagorno Karabakh, Latvian blogger Alexander Alimov, and who could
imagine, Montserrat Caballé. Well, it’s a very good team”, the blogger
writes, publishing photos of the sights of Armenia and Artsakh.

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