Emmanuel Macron, Nagorno-Karabakh

Emmanuel Macron, Nagorno-Karabakh

Macron criticises Turkey’s ‘warlike’ rhetoric on Nagorno-Karabakh | Malay Mail

Macron criticises Turkey’s ‘warlike’ rhetoric on Nagorno-Karabakh | Malay Mail

30/9/2020 11:09:00 PM

Macron criticises Turkey’s ‘warlike’ rhetoric on Nagorno-Karabakh | Malay Mail

PARIS, Sept 30 — French President Emmanuel Macron said today Turkey’s “warlike” rhetoric was encouraging Azerbaijan to reconquer Nagorno-Karabakh and that was unnaceptable, though he added that he had no proof at this stage of direct Turkish involvement. Fierce fighting broke out on Sunday...

Wednesday, 30 Sep 2020 04:44 PM MYTFierce fighting broke out on Sunday between Armenian and Azeri forces over Nagorno-Karabakh. — Reuters picPARIS, Sept 30 — French President Emmanuel Macron said today Turkey’s “warlike” rhetoric was encouraging Azerbaijan to reconquer Nagorno-Karabakh and that was unnaceptable, though he added that he had no proof at this stage of direct Turkish involvement.

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Fierce fighting broke out on Sunday between Armenian and Azeri forces over Nagorno-Karabakh, a breakaway region inside Azerbaijan but run by ethnic Armenians. Turkey is an ally of Azerbaijian, with which it shares ethnic and cultural ties.“I have noted Turkey’s political declarations (in favour of Azerbaijan), which I think are inconsiderate and dangerous,” Macron told a news conference in Latvia.

Macron said he would discuss the issue with Russian President Vladimir Putin this evening and with US President Donald Trump on Thursday. — Reuters Read more: Malay Mail »

Umno told to submit official letter listing its demands to Perikatan

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Death toll rises in Karabakh clash despite calls for calm | Malay MailYEREVAN, Sept 29 — Fierce fighting raged between Azerbaijani and Armenian forces yesterday, sparking bellicose rhetoric from regional power Turkey despite international pleas for a halt in fighting between the long-time enemies. Yerevan and Baku have been locked in a territorial dispute over the...

Azerbaijan and Armenia reject talks as Karabakh conflict zone spreads | Malay MailBAKU, Sept 30 — Armenia and Azerbaijan accused one another yesterday of firing directly into each other's territory and rejected pressure to hold peace talks as their conflict over the enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh threatened to mushroom into all-out war. Both reported firing from the other side...

Hong Kong stocks finish higher | Malay MailHONG KONG, Sept 30 — Hong Kong shares closed on a positive note today as traders welcomed factory data indicating China’s economy continues to recovery from a pandemic-induced slowdown. The Hang Seng Index added 0.79 per cent, or 183.52 points, to 23,459.05. But the benchmark Shanghai Composite...

Amazon unveils payment by hand-waving | Malay MailSAN FRANCISCO, Sept 30 — Amazon yesterday unveiled a new biometric payment system using palm recognition, to be made available to rival retailers and as a replacement for badge entry at stadiums or workplaces. The system called Amazon One was touted as “a fast, convenient, contactless way for...

Historic FA Cup fetches £760,000 at auction | Malay MailLONDON, Sept 30 — West Ham United co-owner David Gold has sold the oldest surviving FA Cup trophy for £760,000 (RM4 million) at an auction. Gold bought the trophy, which was the second version of the FA Cup presented to winners of the competition between 1896-1910, 15 years ago for £478,000...

Anderson urges limit on five-set matches at French Open | Malay MailPARIS, Sept 30 — Two-time Grand Slam finalist Kevin Anderson called yesterday for French Open organisers to consider introducing a fifth set tie-break to bring the tournament into line with similar rules in place at the other three majors. Wimbledon and the Australian Open have revised their...