The news was reported to Hetq by the office of presiding Judge Vahe Misakyan.
Pashinyan said the country had reserves of sugar to last 201 days, poultry (64 days) and cooking oil (38 days).
Torosyan, at a government cabinet session, said that thirteen of the infected are over 60 and that none are in serious medical condition.
Deputy Prime Minister Mher Grigoryan noted that as a result of discussions it was decided to introduce the 25 billion AMD business support package for public debate as of today.
Vahagn Harutyunyan, who headed a Special Investigative Group looking into circumstances surrounding the death of ten during the March 2008 post-election protests in Yerevan, has been arrested in Moscow.
Doctors at Yerevan’s Erebuni Medical Center, where Kocharyan was rushed yesterday after complaining of heart palpitations, advised that he not be moved.
A Yerevan court has issued an arrest warrant for businessman Samvel Mayrapetyan, charged with being the middleman in a bribery payment of $7 million destined for former Armenian presidents Robert Kocharyan and Serzh Sargsyan.
Yerevan Court of First Instance Judge Anna Danibekyan, now presiding at the trial of former Armenian President Robert Kocharyan and three other ex-government officials charged with usurping state power, has yet again thrown out a motion to recuse her
Armenia’s Prosecutor General’s Office (PGO) says that Tovmasyan, during his tenure as justice minister (2010-2014), used his position to privatize an office in Yerevan and that he pressured notary publics working for the ministry to rent offices, at
Former Armenian Minister of Defense Seyran Ohanyan has been accused of giving the green light to a 2010 privatization deal that cost the government an estimated AMD 1.046 billion (currently $2.2m) in losses.
Armenia’s Special Investigative Service (SIS) has received a response to an inquiry sent to Switzerland in the offshore business case of former Chief Compulsory Enforcement Officer Mihran Poghosyan.
Former Armenian State Revenue Committee (SRC) Chairman Gagik Khachatryan, already detained for six months on charges of large-scale embezzlement and abuse of official power, will remain behind bars for another two months.
Prosecutor Martirosyan described the recusal motion baseless and said he would not step down. He called the claims that the preliminary investigation was faulty as “abstract”.
Arriving at court today in Yerevan at the start of his embezzlement trial, former Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan addressed a large crowd of people who had braved inclement weather to come out and support him.
Yerevan Court of First Instance Judge Anna Danibekyan will issue her ruling on March 3 whether to drop all charges against Armenian President Robert Kocharyan and three others in the March 1, 2008 case.
The trial of former Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan, charged with masterminding the embezzlement of 489 million drams (just over $1 million) in 2013 from a state-sponsored diesel fuel assistance program, got underway today in Yerevan.
Vachagan Ghazaryan, a former bodyguard of Armenia's third President Serzh Sargsyan, has purportedly paid back, in full, the AMD 2.837 billion in damages that he and his wife had been charged with in connection with a corporate tax evasion scheme.
Armenia’s National Security Service, in April 2019, accused Sanasaryan, who has been temporarily relieved of his duties, of “not carrying out his official duties and abusing his power in order to promote the interest of his employee’s business.”
A Yerevan court has dropped all charges against Vachagan Ghazaryan, a former security staff chief of ex-Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan, who had been charged with “illegal enrichment” after a June 2018 police raid of his Yerevan apartment netted AM
At his trial today, former Armenian President Robert Kocharyan claimed that a recent court decision not to make all the case materials accessible to his lawyers is yet further evidence that the odds have been illegally stacked against him.
The head of Armenia’s Urban Development Committee, Vahagn Vermishyan, arrested on February 5 on suspicion of bribery, has been formally charged and detained.
John Farkhoyan, the former Chief of Yerevan’s Investigative Committee arrested on February 5 in connection with a bribery case, has been released.
Armenia’s Criminal Appeals Court today rejected a motion filed by the lawyer of Gagik Khachatryan, the former State Revenue Committee chairman and ex-finance minister, to overturn a lower court’s decision to extend Khachatryan’s detention.
Armenia’s Criminal Appeals Court has overturned a decision by a lower court to hand over all the material in the March 1, 2008 case to the lawyers of former Armenian president Robert Kocharyan.
Exiting a Yerevan police station, Hayrapetyan told reporters that his detainment was the latest example of government “monkey business”.
A lower court, in December, sustained an appeal by Kocharyan’s lawyers to obligate the Special Investigative Service to hand over these materials.
If passed by the parliament, Serbian citizens can stay in the Republic of Armenia for a maximum of 180 days within a year.
In December, a lower court released Karapetyan, indicted on two counts in the recently revealed illegal adoption scheme in Armenia, on 3 million drams bail.
Sargsyan has been charged with masterminding the embezzlement of 489 million drams (just over $1 million) in 2013 from a state-sponsored diesel fuel assistance program.
Mihran Poghosyan, a defense lawyer for Tovmasyan, relayed the news to Hetq but refrained from commenting on the search, noting they will make a statement afterwards.
Artur Melikyan, Head of the General Investigation Department of the Investigative Committee, told reporters that a Glock pistol was found at the scene.
The Yerevan City Court of First Instance yesterday released retired Armenian Army General Manvel Grigoryan from detention on medical grounds while his trial continues.
Yerevan’s Court of General Jurisdiction today approved a motion to release former Armenian MP Aleksan Petrosyan, detained on a money laundering charge, on bail.
Leaving the Constitutional Court, Tovmasyan talked to reporters waiting outside and described the charges as the latest round in political witch-hunt against him.
Arshak Jerjeryan, Deputy Director of the Republican Institute of Reproductive Perinatology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, who has been charged with illegally adopting children by foreigners, was released on AMD 5 million bail ($10,400) today.
Yerevan’s Court of General Jurisdiction has decided not to detain Razmik Abrahamyan, Director of Armenia’s Institute Reproductive Health, Perinatology, Obstetrics, and Gynecology, charged with two counts in the adoption scandal that surfaced last mon
Yerevan Children’s Home Director Liana Karapetyan, one of the three individuals to date criminally charged in Armenia’s adoption scandal, has been released from detention on 3 million drams ($6,300) bail, this according to Karapetyan's lawyer Aleksan
Razmik Abrahamyan, Director of Armenia’s Institute Reproductive Health, Perinatology, Obstetrics, and Gynecology charged with two counts in the adoption scandal that surfaced last month, skirted the issue of whether he was innocent or guilty when ask
Kocharyan is now on trial for accepting bribes and usurping state power.
Name calling and shouting then broke out in the courtroom, packed with Kocharyan supporters and detractors.
Loretsyan’s chauffeur and a president of one of Armenia’s football clubs were also charged with the same offence.
The Yerevan City Court of First Instance today approved a motion filed by the Special Investigation Service to detain former Prosecutor General Gevorg Kostanyan, who has been charged on several counts in connection with the March 1, 2008 case now und
A Yerevan court has approved a motion to release former Hayastan All-Armenian Fund Executive Director Ara Vardanyan on bail of 10 million drams ($21,000).
Judge Gagik Hebroyan, who served as a judge of the Kotayk Court of First Instance, was found guilty of taking a bribe and sentenced to seven years. The court also ordered the confiscation of property not to exceed 1.714 million drams.
Petrosyan's indictment relates to the criminal case of former Minister of Nature Protection Aram Harutyunyan now being investigated by the Special Investigation Service.
The Yerevan court overseeing the trial of former Armenian President Robert Kochachyan says it will expedite a motion filed by Hovhannes Khudoyan, one of Kocharyan’s lawyers, to have presiding Judge Anna Danibekyan and State Prosecutor Petros Petrosya
A group of some 100 people unhappy with the performance of Armenian Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport Arayik Harutyunyan staged a sit-down demonstration outside the ministry building in Yerevan demanding his resignation.
A Yerevan court today again rejected bail for Robert Kocharyan, Armenia’s second president now on trial for bribery and usurping state power.
Yerevan’s Court of General Jurisdiction today rejected an AMD 230 million bail request for former State Revenue Committee Chairman Gagik Khachatryan.