Today, at a parliamentary Q&A, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan defended his government’s partial financing of the film Mel that documents Mel Daluzyan, a famed transgender Armenian weightlifter and triple European champion.
During a Q&A session today at the National Assembly, Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan attempted to convince MPs that talks seeking to resolve the Karabakh conflict have not reached an impasse.
Arguing that the Pashinyan government has chosen to divide Armenian society further rather than unifying it, Vazgen Manukyan has announced that he is resigning as President of the Public Council of Armenia (PCA), a post he’s held since 2009.
The public school in Tandzut, in the northern reaches of Kashatagh, Artsakh, is now open and welcoming students after a half-year reconstruction organized and implemented by the Tufenkian Foundation.
From the Artsakh side, the monitoring mission was accompanied by representatives of the Republic of Artsakh Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Defense.
A reception in honor of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and his spouse Anna Hakobyan, now in France on a working visit, was held on November 12 in Paris.