13:24 | July 26, 2017
A police official tried to convince the protesters that blocking the road doesn’t serve their cause, but they stood their ground, saying the road was open to all except the Miram officials.
21:51 | July 25, 2017
Protesting new sanitary regulations imposed by the European Economic, around forty merchants from surrounding villages today blocked the road leading to the Armenian border crossing at Bagratashen leading into Georgia.
19:49 | July 21, 2017
“It’s a nice village, a good place to live. But without gas, it’s difficult. We live, waiting for it to get better, but that day isn’t in sight,” says 59-year-old Mr. Choloyan. One of his sons has moved to Russia with his family.
12:18 | July 20, 2017
Armenia’s government today approved a plan to organize the country’s transportation systems on an integrated schedule basis that would allow for efficient travel from the remotest village to the capital Yerevan.
16:18 | July 19, 2017
Ever since his father left the village of Koghes, a village in Armenia’s Lori Province, to find work in Russia, the fifth-grader must now take care of the household - his little brother and sister – along with his mother Sousanna.
12:00 | July 18, 2017
Hetq is inviting Sevan residents, local NGOs and members of the town council to a debate as to why the town can’t seem to get its act together and develop to its full potential. We’ll try to explore the problems and challenges Sevan faces. We want to hear from town residents themselves.
15:41 | July 13, 2017
During a working visit to northeastern Tavoush Province, Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan stopped at an army base along the border with Azerbaijan, inspecting conditions at the base for the soldiers.
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.
19:53 | July 3, 2017
Martirosyan says four of their six graduates have been enrolled in state universities last year. He believes the school’s success is due the intelligence of the area’s residents and the teachers’ caring and demanding attitude.
13:57 | July 1, 2017
During a visit to Lori Province to review the pace and effectiveness of various economic development projects, Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan called on local leaders to pay more attention to pinpointing specific sectors in the province that hold the greatest potential and to then tailor new projects taking such forecasts in minds.
12:17 | July 1, 2017
The windows have been hermetically sealed, the driver's seat has been closed with a wall, to get a screen effect, and the old black leather of seats and backrests has been replaced with bright and red leather. Next to the entrance, they set up a counter, which will serve as a bar as well (they’ll be selling juice and popcorn to the audience).
22:24 | June 26, 2017
Armen emphasizes that Kapan, being the regional center of Syunik province, is also the southeastern edge of European Christian civilization. The next advantage is having Armenia's largest forest areas located in Syunik. Here one can find the biggest difference between high and low points in Armenia.
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