Gayaneh Sahakyan, Manager of the Armenian Ministry of health’s National Immunization Programme, today said that 53,000 people in the country have received the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
Arsen Babayan, a I Have Honor alliance representative, opened the door for a possible coalition with the Armenia (Hayastan) alliance led by former Armenian President Robert Kocharyan.
Armen Ashotyan, who represents the I Have Honor (Pativ Unem) alliance, today accused Nikol Pashinyan of deliberately squandering the constructive, pro-Armenian Karabakh negotiation process he inherited from the Serzh Sargsyan administration.
Gegham Galstyan, a representative of the Pativ Unem (I Have Honor) Alliance, today accused Acting Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan of fomenting intolerance and the prospect of political clashes during the ongoing parliamentary election campaign.
“How many bullets did they buy? Let them say. They talk rubbish. They’ve plundered for three years,” Sargsyan said, referring to Pashinyan’s government.
Forensic specialist Armen Gevorgyan, Chief Expert of the Ararat Department of Yerevan’s Republican Medical Center, said at a press conference at the National Institute of Health today that more than 3,500 corpses and remains of soldiers killed in the
Armenian Human Rights Defender Arman Tatoyan today announced that a government bill calling for changes to the system of state financing for his office is unconstitutional and would negatively impact the work it does.
The anti-Pashinyan Homeland Salvation Movement (HMS) staged another rally today near the National Assembly in Yerevan.
Vazgen Manukyan, a leader of the Homeland Salvation Movement calling for the resignation of Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan, said that free and fair parliamentary elections can not be held as long as Pashinyan remains in power.
He pointed to the high level of anti-Armenianism in Azerbaijan and recent shootings along the border to bolster his argument for the need of a security zone.
Vazgen Manukyan, one of the leaders of Homeland Salvation Movement (HSM) demanding the immediate resignation of PM Nikol Pashinyan, stated today that anti-Pashinyan protesters will enter the parliament and the Government Building in Yerevan and that
Armen Baghdasaryan was posthumously awarded the Combat Service Medal.
Vazgen Manukyan, the nominee of the anti-Pashinyan Homeland Salvation Movement (HSM) to be the prime minister of a transitional government in Armenia, has called on his followers to barricade Baghramyan Avenue in downtown Yerevan.
Tigran Shahverdyan, co-founder of the Robomart online retail shopping company, at an Armenian parliamentary hearing today, warned that the country’s sciences sector faces serious problems.
Armenian Minister of Education and Science Vahram Dumanyan, at a parliamentary hearing today on the topic of science as a pillar of security and development, said the country’s economy cannot develop with an educated public.
Mkhitar Hayrapetyan, Chairman of the Armenian National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Science, Education, Culture, Diaspora, Youth and Sport, emphasized the role of science to ensure the security of the country following the recent war in Artsakh.
None of the two candidates for the post received enough votes.
Valentin Burnusuzyan was born in Javakhk, in the village of Aragva, Akhalkalaki region. His parents died young, so he grew up in his uncle's family.
Artur, the middle one, never made it back from the war in Artsakh. Two children now have no father.
Prior to the recent war in Artsakh, Gayaneh Grigoryan was the principal of the Hadrut high school, a position she held for the past two years.
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, in a live address to the nation today, confessed that mistakes had been made in the negotiations process regarding the Karabakh conflict settlement.
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.
"Let them wear these capes in peaceful conditions and protect themselves from the rain. It is important that everyone stands by the soldiers, "says Tatev's mom, Gayaneh Vardanyan.
The demonstrators told Hetq that during the rally they called for peace and an end to violence and terrorism.
Artsakh Foreign Minister Masis Mayilyan has accused Azerbaijan and Turkey, and the terrorists supporting them, of violating international laws by targeting civilians in the ongoing fighting along the Artsakh-Azerbaijan border.
Armenian Ministry of Defense representative Artsrun Hovhannisyan, at a press conference today in Yerevan, reported that the Azerbaijani military losses to date amount to 790 servicemen killed and some 1,900 wounded combatants.
During a Yerevan press conference today, organized by the ArmenPress news agency, Armenia’s National Center for Disease Control and Prevention (NCDCP) Epidemiology Department Head Lusineh Paronyan said that teachers in the country continue to be test
The school with 305 students and 42 staffers is in Yerevan’s Erebuni Administrative District. The number of students in the elementary school has increased in recent years
Employees of other Veolia Water branches have also received dismissal notices. Arkady Hasratyan and Vazgen Aghumyan are two of them.
Significant swaths of Armenia’s forests have been infected with a variety of plant-eating insects and diseases (tree blight) in 2020 according to country’s environment ministry.
An Armenian court has sentenced Iranian citizen Omran Mohammed Baniadamjtari to twelve years for attempting to smuggle 2.6 kilograms of opium into the country from Iran.
Tchagharyan produces around 1.5 tons of honey yearly. He boasts that it’s the best honey around.
I suggest that the couple, married for fifty years, celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. They laugh.
Torosyan called on the citizens to follow the decisions of the State of Emergency Command, not to leave their homes unnecessarily, and to observe hygiene directives.
The minister said that 1,440 people have been tested for the virus.
The Armenian government today decided to prohibit people from leaving their homes except to buy food, medicine, other necessary household items, and in cases exempted by the State of Emergency Command.
Nanushyan made her remarks at a press conference during which she provided an overview of the global health crisis resulting from the spread of the virus.
China defeated the virus because it was organized. I am sure that Armenia will also overcome this with the cooperation and cohesiveness of all citizens.
Studies show that in 2016-2018, most of drugs and supplies in the penitentiaries were purchased from Natali Pharm LLC, owned by the family of former MP Samvel Aleksanyan.
Hetq continues to present the state of Yerevan’s Circular Park land, divided amongst former officials and their affiliates for years.
Retired Armenian Army General Manvel Grigoryan never made it to court today in Yerevan and his trial had to be postponed until December 24.
Grigoryan’s wife Nazik Amiryan, charged with aiding and abetting her husband and son in obtaining and concealing the arms and ammunition, was seen by her husband’s side in the Yerevan courtroom.
Armenia’s Court of Appeals has reduced the sixteen year sentence of Ashot Sukiasyan, the businessman originally found guilty of large-scale embezzlement and money laundering in the Cyprus offshore fiasco, to six years.
The Yerevan Municipality, arguing that Sanitek hadn’t fulfilled its contractual obligations to collect and dispose of trash in the Armenian capital, recently voided its contract with the Beirut-based company.
At today’s Yerevan Municipal Council session, Mayor Hayk Marutyan said that events would take place throughout the capital and a gala at the Opera House.
Vahan Martirosyan, a student at Yerevan’s Brusov State Linguistic and Social Sciences University, has launched a series of seminars and discussions on waste management and recycling in Yerevan and the regions.
Residents of Artchis have again blocked a stretch of the Bagratashen-Vanadzor highway to protest the lack of drinking water in their community of 1,100 in Armenia’s northern Tavush Province.
English author J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit novel, which increased in popularity after the film series was produced, now has a small “facsimile” in the rolling hills of Dilijan, a resort town in Armenia.
Residents of the Ararat Province village of Kaghtsrashen demonstrated outside the Government Building in Yerevan today, complaining that they haven’t had irrigation water for the past seven days.