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Posted 10 September 2015 - 01:17 PM

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STEPANAKERT (Combined Sources)—Baroness Caroline Cox, member of the House of Lords of British Parliament, lead a delegation to the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, where she met with President Bako Sahakyan and other local officials.

On August 17, Cox and her delegation were in Berdzor, where they met with Artur Mkhitaryan and Hakob Sayamyan, the Deputy Heads of the Kashatagh Regional Administration, and Head of Staff Davit Davtyan.  The delegation stayed the night in Berdzor.

President Sahakyan received Cox on August 20. Sahakyan acknowledged the regular visits Cox makes to Artsakh, as well as the continuous expansion of her delegation’s composition. Sahakyan said that he considered it important so that the delegation can become acquainted with Artsakh and establish friendship ties with its people.

Cox noted that Artsakh had become dear to her since the time of the war with Azerbaijan. She told the members of her group, who were in Artsakh for the first time, about the heroism of the people of Artsakh.  Speaking about Kashatagh, Cox said that the Armenian people had always founded and flourished their country on ruins.

Disabled individuals who had fought in the Artsakh Liberation War and were later treated in a rehabilitation center in Stepanakert named after Cox were also a part of the delegation.

 

She, Baroness Caroline Cox, has not forgotten Artsakh, God love her!

 



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Posted 10 September 2015 - 01:47 PM

God Bless Her  Hart. She  has always   supported Artsax  


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Posted 10 August 2017 - 08:07 AM

Armenpress News Agency, Armenia
August 8, 2017 Tuesday


Armenian Premier receives delegation led by Caroline Cox



YEREVAN, AUGUST 8, ARMENPRESS. Prime Minister of Armenia Karen
Karapetyan has received the delegation led by member of the British
House of Lords, Baroness Caroline Cox.

As “Armenpress” was informed from the press service of the Government
of Armenia, Premier Karapetyan highly appreciated the pro-Armenian and
humanitarian activities of Caroline Cox, as well as her efforts to
fairly present the Karabakh conflict in the international arena. Karen
Karapetyan noted that particularly in the recent period activation in
Armenian-British relations is visible and highlighted the development
of economic partnership between the two states and fostering business
ties in various ways, including by organizing different business
forums. The Head of the Executive stated that the issue of developing
bilateral economic relations has been also discussed with the
Ambassador of Great Britain to Armenia and there are clear visions for
future steps.

Baroness Caroline Cox talked with the Armenian Premier about her
numerous visits to Armenia and Artsakh and noted that she is warmly
connected with the Armenian people. The Baroness also attached
importance to the development of Armenian-British economic relations
and highlighted deepening inter-parliamentary relations and
organization of mutual high level visits. Caroline Cox expressed
readiness to support the Armenian people by her activities in the
future as well and foster the deepening of Armenian-British relations.


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Posted 10 August 2017 - 08:21 AM

ARMINFO News Agency, Armenia
August 8, 2017 Tuesday


Caroline Cox: The world should recognize the eviction of the Armenian
population and the destruction of cultural monuments in Nakhichevan

Yerevan August 8

David Stepanyan. Azerbaijan's aggressive policy towards Armenia and
Artsakh continues. As reported by the press office of the National
Assembly of Armenia, Baroness Caroline Cox, member of the House of
Lords of the British Parliament, stated this during a meeting in
Yerevan with Speaker of the Armenian Parliament Ara Babloyan.

"My principle is to keep my eyes, ears and thought open. I want to
share everything I have seen with the world: the world must recognize
the eviction of the Armenian population of Nakhijevan and the
destruction of cultural monuments," Cox said.

In turn, Babloyan, attaching importance to the role of the Baroness in
the strengthening of Armenian- British relations, noted the balancing
position of Great Britain in the issue of the Karabakh settlement.

"I equally regret the death of both Armenian and Azerbaijani young
people, these guys are not to blame for the fact that the problem is
not being solved at the negotiating table. The world must recognize
the right of the Artsakh people to a free life. And Armenia and
Azerbaijan have the opportunity to conduct peace negotiations to
resolve this issue," summed up Babloyan.


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Posted 11 August 2017 - 10:01 AM

Asbarez

Aug 10 2017
 
 
On Her 86th Visit to Artsakh, Baroness Cox Meets with Officials
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Baroness Cox and her delegation meet with Artsakh Foreign Minister Karen Mirzoyan

STEPANAKERT—On her 86th visit to Artsakh, Caroline Cox, a member of the British House of Lords met on Thursday with Artsakh’s Foreign Minister Karen Mirzoyan and Parliament Speaker Ashot Ghulyan.

Welcoming Baroness Cox’s 86th visit to Artsakh the Minister highlighted her consistent efforts aimed at advocating the interests of Artsakh and its people, as well as disseminating factual information about the conflict between Azerbaijan and Nagorno Karabakh in the international arena.

During the meeting the sides also exchanged ideas on wide a range of issues of mutual interest, including those related to the current stage of humanitarian projects initiated by the Baroness in Artsakh.

During her meeting with Ghulyan, Baroness Cox says that although this is her 86th visit to Artsakh, each time she sees the country in a new light and experiences positive changes.

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Baroness Cox and her delegation meet with Artsakh Parliament Speaker Ashot Ghulyan

Ghulyan took the opportunity to brief Baroness Cox on the new constitution adopted in February, specifically highlighting amendments in public administration and protection of human rigths and basic individual freedoms.

The sides exchanged views on parliamentary cooperation, the current developments of the KArabakh conflict and regional issues.

The meeting was also attended by president of the parliamentary standing committee on foreign affairs Arzik Mkhitaryan and other officials.

Ahead of her visit to Artsakh, Baroness Cox told Armenia’s Parliament Speaker Ara Babloyan that the world must recognize Azerbaijan’s depopulation of Armenians from Nakhichevan and the destruction of Armenian cultural monuments there, reported the press service of the Armenian National Assembly.

“Azerbaijan continues its aggressive policies toward Armenia and Artsakh. The world must also recognize the complete Armenian depopulation of Nakhichevan by Azerbaijan and its destruction of Armenian cultural monuments,” Baroness Cox told Babloyan.

http://asbarez.com/1...with-officials/


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Posted 25 August 2017 - 08:02 PM

What a friend she is~never tires of visiting and speaking up for the us~telling our side to the world~ God Love her```


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