Armenian President Sarksyan takes oath during his inauguration ceremony in Yerevan, April 9, 2013. Reuters/Tigran Mehrabyan/PanARMENIAN Photo/Handout
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Armenia has scrapped a peace agreement it signed with Turkey in 2009 in a failed attempt to normalize relations between the two countries, the Armenian president's press service said Thursday.Both the Armenian and Turkish governments have since accused each other of attempting to alter the deal.Armenia suspended its ratification following Turkish demands that it first reach terms over a breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh region, a condition Turkey set to appease its ally Azerbaijan.
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