13:53 | June 18, 2018
Small-scale dairy farmers, irate over the low milk prices being offered by wholesalers, brought their protest to the center of Yerevan today, parking their trucks, loaded with several tons of milk, outside the Government Building.
00:05 | June 14, 2018
In the Soviet era, various factories operated in Yeghegnadzor, the provincial capital of Armenia’s Vayots Dzor Province, solving the issue of employment there. Now, only three factories remain.
00:04 | March 5, 2018
27-year-old Hamlet Mazmanyan, resident of Lernavan village in Armenia’s Lori Province, could serve as a role model for many young people in Armenia.Working abroad for several years, he finally decided to start his own poultry farming business so that he could in his native village with his family. Despite the difficulties, Hamlet is sure that working in the village can be successful.
16:24 | February 17, 2018
A delegation led by Armenian Minister of Agriculture Ignati Arakelyan met with Austrian Secretary General of the Ministry of Sustainability and Tourism Josef Plank on February 12 in Vienna and the sides discussed matters pertaining to cooperation memorandum signed by the agriculture ministries of the two countries in 2015.
16:55 | February 15, 2018
Deputy Chairman of the State Water Management Committee Volodya Narimanyan says that there are some 80 reservoirs in Armenia, with a total volume of 1.2 billion cubic meters. Eleven of them are relatively larger. As of February 13, eleven reservoirs are filled only with 229.97 million cubic meters of water - 30% of their total capacity.
17:45 | December 20, 2017
Armenian Minister of Agriculture Ignaty Arakelyan told U.S. Ambassador Richard Mills that the public would be “warned in advance” regarding the existence of GMOs in food and other items, since it has yet to be proven that they are safe.
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.
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