Acting Armenian Minister of Health Anahit Avanesyan told reporters today in Yerevan that the number of coronavirus cases in the country is expected to rise because of the recent parliamentary election campaign.
Acting Armenian Minister of Economy Vahan Kerobyan today said that the total volume of imports from Turkey has decreased by about 70% since then.
Armenian Acting PM Nikol Pashinyan, at a government cabinet session today, expressed the hope that the country “has finally and irreversibly turned the page of falsifying election results.”
Nairi Sargsyan, an aide to Acting Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan, told reporters today that in November 2020, after the war in Karabakh ended, there were mre than 1,000 individuals officially registered as “missing.”
"Documents are on the table, documents are expected, in which case, especially given Nikol's reelection, we will lose Armenia piece by piece," Manukyan said.
Armenian National Congress (HAK) Deputy Chairman Levon Zurabyan, at a campaign stop in Kotayk’s Kaghs community, claimed that growing numbers of Armenian voters are looking to HAK as an alternative to voting for incumbent PM Nikol Pashinyan or his ma
I Have Honor (Pativ Unem) alliance candidate Khachik Galstyan thinks that Armenia “needs a strong fist” and that former Armenian National Security Director Artur Vanetsyan, who heads the alliance slate, can “establish order” in the country.
At a Yerevan press conference today, a Hetq reporter asked Ter-Petrosyan to comment on Pashinyan’s statement that his position on the Artsakh issue was that the region should be handed over to Azerbaijan and thus resolved.
Ex-Armenian President Levon Ter-Petrosyan today said he rejected an invitation to debate Nikol Pashinyan out of a sense of pity for the current prime minister.
Acting Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, at today’s government cabinet session, said that all attempts to DNA identify the remains of fifty individuals killed in last year’s Karabakh war had failed, and that the government would have to call i
Robert Kocharyan says that if elected prime minister of Armenia on June 20, one of his priorities will be to restore the combat capabilities of the country’s armed forces.
Describing today’s capture of a reported six Armenian soldiers by Azerbaijani forces in Armenia’s Gegharkunik province as “unacceptable”, Acting Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan said that Azerbaijan wants to provoke a military confrontation along the bord
The Armenian government today approved the allocation of 51.4 million drams ($98,709) to build ten nursery-kindergartens.
He added that Baku may have ordered its troops into Armenia to influence internal political processes in Armenia and the results of the June snap parliamentary election.
"The operative situation on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border in Syunik and Gegharkunik has not changed in the sense that, of course, the situation remains tense,” Pashinyan said, adding that Armenian troops are taking “tactical” countermeasures.
The Armenian government today announced it will purchase tularemia vaccines from the Russian Microgen company this year for use in the army.
Five 0.5-hectare plots of land in the Syunik towns of Kapan and Goris will be allocated to the National Security Service in a deal to strengthen Armenia’s southeastern borders.
Armenian Acting PM Nikol Pashinyan, at today’s government cabinet session, said that steps are underway to remove Azerbaijani troops around Lake Sev in Armenia’s Syunik Province.
The Armenian government says it will spend an additional 2.942 billion AMD (US$5.661M) to build new schools and preschools in the country.
According to the Index, published by Reporters Without Borders, Armenia dropped two spots, from 61 in 2020 to 61 out of 180 countries.
The Armenian government today approved an additional allocation of ten billion drams (US$19,148,650) in assistance annually for ten years to Artsakh individuals and legal entities that suffered property damage because of the last year’s war.
The Armenian government today approved the allocation of 100 million drams (US$192,000) to provide psychological assistance to those who fought in last year’s war in Artsakh.
The Armenian government will allocate 71,677 million drams US$138,000) from its reserve fund to cover the expenses of Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day.
Hakhnazaryan, at a press conference today in Yerevan, said that the Mining and Utilization Fund, in cooperation with the Armenian Red Cross, is carrying out an explosive ordnance disposal warfare program.
Armenia received 24,000 doses of the Astra Zeneca vaccine through the global COVID-19 Vaccines Global Access (COVAX) initiative on March 28.
The Armenian government says it will financially assist employers who hire injured and disabled ex-military servicemen.
Armenian Minister of Education and Science Vahram Dumanyan, at today’s cabinet session, claimed that the government has paid one semester tuition fees for 1,373 college students who took part in last year’s Artsakh war.
Armenian Environment Minister Romanos Petrosyan today announced that the water level of Lake Sevan is on the rise and is expected to hit the highest level seen in recent decades.
Edmon Marukyan, leader of the Bright Armenia Party (LHK), told reporters today that he and PM Nikol Pashinyan hadn’t reached any agreement on the holding of snap parliamentary elections during the meeting earlier today.
Armenian Minister of Health Anahit Avanesyan told reporters today in Yerevan that the government has defined those “risk groups” that will receive some type of coronavirus vaccine first and that their numbers comprise 10-15% of the overall population
Pashinyan described a recent call by the country’s military General Staff for him and his government to resign as illegal.
At a government sponsored rally today to mark the thirteenth anniversary of the March 1, 2008 post-election violence in Yerevan, Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan charged defense lawyers with pulling out all the stops to postpone the trial looking into the
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan signed a decree today to create a working group tasked with reforming the military and to deepen security ties with Russia.
Armenian Minster of Labor and Social Affairs Mesrop Arakelyan told reporters today in Yerevan that the level of government assistance given to families who fled Artsakh during the war and now reside in Armenia is sufficient.
Armenian Minister of Health Anahit Avanesyan told reporters today that people not included in the coronavirus risk group (seniors, medical workers, etc.) will have to pay to get the Covid-19 vaccine.
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, at today’s government cabinet session, said that the country’s agriculture was one of the two economic sectors that registered growth in 2020.
The company says it plans to invest US$40 million at the site to build a high-rise Digitown International Center for Innovative IT Technologies.
Armenian Minister of Finance Atom Janjughazyan told reporters that the country’s state debt will amount to some US$8.9 billion by the end of 2021.
Avanesyan, prior to a government cabinet session today, told reporters that she couldn’t say what individuals wanting the vaccine would have to pay since no contracts have yet been signed with providers.
Kamo was a veterinarian in Shushi. Artur, Kamo's father, was the commander of the village self-defense detachment. Artur assumed the position after the death of the first commander during the self-defense battles in the village of Karin Tak in 1992.
Armenian Minister of the Economy Vahan Qerobyan sounded optimistic about the country’s estimated performance in 2021, telling reporters today in Yerevan that he expects double digit growth.
The Armenia government today decided to ban the export of non-ferrous scrap and waste for six months to guarantee sufficient raw material for the thirty metallurgical companies now operating in Armenia.
The war took away her house, property and husband.
Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan said that new border checkpoints are being mapped out in the country’s southern Syunik Province that borders Azerbaijan.
The Armenian government says it will launch a program to hire Artsakh refugees now living in Armenia so that they can gain valuable work experience.
Armenian Deputy Prime Minister Tigran Avinyan didn’t have much new to report on the fate of scores of Armenian soldiers captured the other day near the Artsakh villages of Khtsaberd and Hin Shen.
Residents of Armenia’s northwestern Shirak Province blocked a section of the country’s M1 Highway connecting Yerevan and Gyumri today, demanding the government provide information about family members who fought in the recent Karabakh war and are now
Gegham Manukyan, a director of news and political programming at the ARF-affiliated Yerkir Media TV, was one of those detained
People demanding the resignation of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan took to the streets of Yerevan today blocking streets and disrupting the subway system.