17:05 | September 16, 2017
The 4th Annual Rural Life and Traditions Festival opened today in Yerevan’s English Park. Displaying the bounty of Armenia, the festival also seeks to reinvigorate the centuries-old tradition of people gathering at harvest time for camaraderie and fellowship.
17:52 | August 21, 2017
Rafik Babajanyan, a farmer in Zorakan, says the village is one of the most neglected in the country and that irrigation water has always been a problem. Residents, he says, are always complaining to local and state officials.
15:40 | August 20, 2017
"They say people don’t come back from two places - from the afterworld and from the U.S.," says winemaker Varouzhan Mouradyan. He returned to Armenia after living in the U.S. for twenty years. He left with his wife in 1991, and their four children were born in the United States.
14:18 | July 10, 2017
Vachagan Vahramyan, a 57-year-old resident of Tchotchkan, a village in Armenia’s northern Lori Province just might be the envy of his neighbors. The man is growing kiwis in his garden.
14:16 | June 5, 2017
Armenia’s Minister of Economic Development and Investment Souren Karayan and Janfida Agri Holding President Norayr Aghayan signed a memorandum in Yerevan designed to spur the export of Armenian produce to the Middle East market.
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12:37 | December 22, 2016
Armenia’s Ministry of Agriculture will allocate 108.5 million AMD (US$225,700) to support the Grape Growers and Vintners Foundation of Armenia and 250,000 AMD to the Scientific Center of Vegetable and Industrial Crops.
12:57 | December 1, 2016
Poghos Gevorgyan, president of Armenia’s Hothouse Association, says that imported Turkish tomatoes are no longer being sold at Yerevan’s sprawling Malatya Market, adding that some inventory is periodically being sold.
16:01 | November 21, 2016
Armenian Minister of Agriculture Ignaty Arakelyan today hosted an International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) delegation tasked with monitoring the Infrastructure and Rural Finance Supprt Prograame in Armenia.
13:56 | November 8, 2016
Yesterday, in Moscow, Armen Hayrapetyan, Head of Armenia’s Food Safety Service, tried to convince Sergei Dankvert, Head of Russia’s Federal Agency for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Supervision, to lift January 1, 2016 restrictions on the import various Armenian meat and meat-by-products prone to foot and mouth disease.
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