International Relations

SI Council resolution on Armenia

CASABLANCA COUNCIL – Peace, Security, Development 31 MAY-01 JUNE 2002 RESOLUTION ON ARMENIA The Council of the Socialist International, meeting in Casablanca on 31 May – 1 June 2002, Considering the positive influence the SI can have in the search for just and lasting resolutions of regional conflicts; Considering the increasing geopolitical, strategic and economic…

ARF-D participates in European meeting of Socialist International

YEREVAN — The Socialist International Committee for Central and Eastern Europe, SICEE, met in Zagreb on 6-7 October, 2000, hosted by SI-member the Croatian Social Democratic Party, SDP, which heads the country’s government. As developments unfolded in Serbia, the Committee issued a declaration congratulating and extending its solidarity with the men and women who through…

SI Cuuncil resolution on security and stability in the South Caucasian states

OSLO COUNCIL – Global Solidarity 18-19 MAY 1998 RESOLUTION ON SECURITY AND STABILITY IN THE SOUTH CAUCASIAN STATES 1. The Socialist International supports the independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan. The SI, together with its member parties, considers the diversity of the region as an asset and strongly encourages the states…

ARF-Dashnaktsutyun rejoins the Socialist International

NEW YORK – The Socialist International Congress unanimously approved the Armenian Revolutionary Federation’s application for membership in the worldwide organization on September 11, at its last session; the SI 20th Congress convened at the United Nations headquarters. The ARF-Dashnaktsutyun was granted the status of Obsever Member. The ARF-D had been a member of the Socialist…

The ARF and the Socialist International

The ARF’s relations with the Socialist International go back as far when the ARF initiated the propagation of the Armenian Question in the European circles, that is, around the mid 1890’s. In 1896, ARF-Dashnaktsutiune’s Western Bureau1 forwarded to the Socialist International its first report-memorandum expounding the organization’s structure, ideological principles and activities. It should be…

The ARF and the SI

Editorial ARF News March-April 1996, Volume 1.2(2) The Armenian Revolutionary Federation-Dashnaktsutyun, founded in 1890, established contacts with the Socialist International in 1896, and as the representative of Armenian Socialism, became full member of the Socialist International in 1907 at its 7th Congress in Stuttgart. After the First World War and the end of the Armenian…

Meeting with the British Ambassador to Armenia

Political Secretary of the ARF-Armenia Executive Body, Mr. Vardan Ghandilyan said that on January 31, 1996, the Ambassador of Great Britain, Mr. David Miller met the representative of the ARF-Armenia Executive Body. During the two hour meeting the discussions included the political process in the region, the political situation in Armenia and other mutual concerns.…