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State Building In Armenia Since 1991

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The first non-Communist government in Armenia came to power on 5 August 1990. Armenia declared itself an independent, sovereign Republic on 23 August 1990, and on 25 August the parliament adopted a declaration of independence. On 27 June 1994 a debate in the Armenian parliament on a new constitution took place. Armenia is said to have given military assistance to the ethnic Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh. Due to the fighting over Nagorno-Karabakh, Armenia could expand its territory on the Azerbaijani side of the border. On 2 March 1992 Armenia became a member of the United Nations, and Armenia was accepted as a member of the Council of Europe on 25 January 2001.

Keywords: Armenia; State Building



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