The official number of Armenians, servicemen and civilians, captured during the Artsakh war remains a mystery.
It has been 40 days since the end of the war in Artsakh, but there are still Armenian soldiers, killed during the fighting whose bodies have yet to be identified.
The investment plan fell through and the Armenian state was forced to assume ownership of the complex.
The Armenian Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, clarifying the process of providing prosthetics to Armenian soldiers disabled in the recent war in Artsakh, told Hetq that no clear timeline has been set on the matter.
Since November 13, the bodies of 828 Armenian servicemen have been found in all areas of Artsakh where military operations took place.
The 29-year-old was killed in the recent Karabakh war, but the family still doesn’t know where his body is. They want to properly bury the body.
Armenia’s Ministry of Territorial Administration and Infrastructure wants to give regional public transportation vehicles more than fifteen years old another year before removal from service.
Yerevan authorities shut down the city’s subway system today after a group of people, demanding the resignation of Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan, blocked the doors on one of the trains.
January-October 2020 demographic numbers released by Armenia’s Statistical Committee show 30,242 births and 24,916 deaths in the country, an increase of 332 births and 3,313 deaths over the same period in 2019.
The Armenian government plans to provide rent compensation to those displaced from Artsakh and temporarily residing in Armenia.
Acting Head of the Energy Department of Artsakh’s Ministry of Economy and Production Infrastructure Leon Gabrielyan told Hetq that increased demand on operating substations is causing the outages.
The Hayastan All-Armenian Fund has not yet calculated how much investment damage it has suffered in Artsakh over the years because of the war.
Arshamyan said the Fund’s Board of Trustees decided to transfer some of the money raised to the government to make the procurement process faster and more optimal
Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan said that his government would take part in upcoming negotiations over Artsakh only if he enjoyed adequate public trust to do so.
Appearing today before the National Assembly to answer questions from MPs about the recent war in Artsakh and the November 9 ceasefire declaration, Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan said the 2106 April “Four Day” War was the first sign that the status quo
One of the provisions in the statement signed by the leaders of Armenia, Russia and Azerbaijan to stop the war in Karabakh states that, “Internally displaced persons and refugees shall return to Nagorno-Karabakh and adjacent areas under the control o
Arguing that some information cannot be published due to “military secrecy”, Sarumyan said that officials have nothing to hide from the people.
67-year-old Yevgenia Aghasyan takes a deep breath and utters the words "victory ... victory ... peace"
Yesterday, the Stepanavan Municipality announced that the Stepanavan Mayor Mikael Gharakeshishyan had died, but did not specify the cause of his passing.
Members of Armenia’s Yezidi community demonstrated outside the U.S. Embassy in Yerevan this morning and called for an end to Azerbaijani hostilities against Artsakh.
The 14-year-old used the 100,000 drams he was saving to buy a computer to launch an online retail business. Since his father is at the front, Boris sees himself as “the man of the house” who must take care of the family until they return home.
The World Health Organization (WHO) considers it unlikely that leaving the bodies of those killed in hostilities on the battlefield will cause an outbreak of disease.
Armenian Defense Ministry representative Artsrun Hovhannisyan today described Azerbaijan as “a very strong enemy”, noting that Armenian forces have no other option but winning.
At 7am today, Armenians closed the Belgium-France interstate road on both sides to protest Azerbaijani-Turkish aggression against Artsakh and Armenia.
UN Office in Armenia and UNICEF have not yet commented on the damage done to civilian settlements in Armenia and Artsakh, or on the deaths and injuries of civilians.
A group of painters and photographers living and working in Armenia and abroad have placed their works for sale online to assist Armenian forces on the frontline and families relocated from Artsakh.
Armenian Ministry of Defense representative Artsrun Hovhannisyan today confirmed that Armenian servicemen have been captured by Azerbaijani forces in the ongoing fighting along the Karabakh Line of Contact, but he could not say how many or provide sp
Armenian Ministry of Defense representative Artsrun Hovhannisyan today denied earlier Azerbaijani government allegations that its forces had captured the southern Artsakh town of Hadrut.
The flag of Artsakh with the words "Peace to Armenia" (#PeaceforAmenia) was painted on the building housing the Turkish Consulate.
Armenian Ministry of Defense representative Artsrun Hovhannisyan reported today that Azerbaijani military units are gathering in large numbers along the Artsakh-Iran border (Araks River) in an attempt to advance.
Many companies and organizations are retooling themselves to produce supplies for use in Artsakh
Torosyan told reporters at a press conference in Yerevan that Stepanakert, the Artsakh capital, is under complete bombardment by Azerbaijan.
While he stresses the need for financial donations to support Artsakh, he says putting one’s body on the line is paramount today.
Armenian Ministry of Defense representative Artsrun Hovhannisyan, at a press conference today, neither confirmed nor denied reports that Azerbaijani forces had captured the Artsakh village of Mataghis.
Artsakh Defense Army Deputy Commander Artur Sargsyan today reported that 54 Armenian servicemen were killed in the October 1 fighting along the Artsakh-Azerbaijan border.
"People are accustomed to that booming. They are doing well,” Melkonyan told Hetq. Melkonyan says he has no information whether anyone was injured in the shelling.
Armenian Ministry of Defense representative Artsrun Hovhannisyan, at a Yerevan press conference today, claimed that Armenian forces had killed 130 Azerbaijani servicemen and wounded 200 in the past day of fighting along the Artsakh-Azerbaijan border.
Armenian Ministry of Defense representative Artsrun Hovhannisyan claimed, at a news briefing today, that the Armenian Armed Forces knew about the presence of Turkish F-16 fighters in Azerbaijan on August 13-14, when military exercises in Azerbaijan e
Hovhannisyan reported that Azerbaijani artillery shelling was widespread, targeting Armenian settlements in the northern part of Artsakh, especially the town of Martakert.
Armenian Ministry of Defense Representative Artsrun Hovhannisyan, at a press conference today, stated that Armenian military forces had not captured any Azerbaijani soldiers, thus denying earlier rumors that Azerbaijani General Mayis Barkhudarov had
The State Emergency Service of the Artsakh Republic is carrying out demining and repair works in the damaged streets of Stepanakert.
Starting in the 1990s 1990s, the city authorities began to lease public spaces to businesses, who completely converted the green areas and adapted them to their economic activities by building various buildings in the parks.
Former and current officials of Armenia and Artsakh are shareholders of companies operating hydro-power plants in Artsakh.
Armenia’s Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs plans to establish a new childcare institution, the Crisis Support Center for Children and Families in Gyumri.
Community roads are mostly in poor condition.
The NSS says the law does not currently regulate the use of video cameras and drones in the border layer of the state border of Armenia.
248 doctors, 510 staff nurses and 191 critical care head nurses tested positive for the coronavirus in Armenia between March 1 and June 26.
The Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sports suggests that schoolchildren and teacher and parent councils participate in the process of selecting a principal since they are participants in the educational process.
Fifteen Covid-19 cases have been confirmed at Yerevan’s Mary Izmirlian Children’s House where youngsters with physical and learning disabilities receive round the clock care.