The Armenian government, on September 7, adopted a decision to allocate £16,670,800 pounds to purchase a building for the country’s embassy in London.
Armenia’s Shirak Avia has been transporting humanitarian cargo from various cities of Russia to Armenia for those forcibly displaced from Artsakh.
Flights of Azerbaijani cargo planes to the Ovda military air base in southern Israel have increased of late. This should attract the attention of the Armenian government because Ovda is where Israel exports explosive munitions from.
Earlier this month, Chaarat Gold Holdings (CGH) reported that it’s selling its only operating mine in Armenia (Shahumyan/Kapan) for US$55.4 million to Armenian miner Gold Mining Company LLC.
In May of this year, Turkey’s media reported that two Bayraktar Akıncı attack UAVs took off from the Tekirdağ airport not far from Istanbul, crossed over Georgia and landed in Baku where they were displayed at a technology festival.
The latest claims of the Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan about the targeting of civilian aircraft by the Artsakh Defense Ministry are lies. Open sources help to detect fraud.
Armenian Airlines, one of the nine carriers licensed to operate commercial flights in Armenia, is the only one to have a Turkish citizen as an owner.
Hetq, earlier this month, revealed that Movsesyan recently sold nine properties, with a market value of US$4 million, in Dubai.
Alvard Movsesyan, wife of former Armenian Deputy Finance Minister Artur Afrikyan, has recently sold nine properties, with a market value of US$4 million, in Dubai.
Armenia’s Corruption Prevention Commission (CPC) has sent materials in the case of Yerevan Deputy Mayor Tigran Avinyan to the General Prosecutor's Office, after which criminal proceedings were initiated.
While leaving and returning to Yerevan on the night of June 1, 2, the plane carrying the delegation went through the skies of Turkey and Romania.
Armenia’s Investigative Committee has launched criminal proceedings based on an April 17 Hetq article revealing that four former high-ranking Armenian officials and their relatives failed to declare their expensive properties in Dubai.
The plane of famous businessman, founder of Tashir Group Samvel Karapetyan, against the backdrop of the Russian-Ukrainian war in 2022 came under American sanctions in the fall.
Armenian oligarchs, politicians, and various government officials have made Dubai their home away from home.
Russian customs officials, at the time, uncovered the faulty documentation and the dual-use and military cargo was left stranded in Moscow.
Armenia’s footballers met with Turkey twice in the 2010 World Cup. In the qualifying round of the championship on September 6, 2008. Turkey won 2-0 in Yerevan. Turkey won by the same score on October 14, 2009.
Yesterday’s Azerbaijani attack on an Artsakh police van that killed three and wounded one occurred near the town of Shushi, now controlled by the Azerbaijani military.
The twelve-kilometer section of road, in Armenia, connecting it to Artsakh bypassing the town of Berdzor (Lachin), will open on April 1, this according to news conveyed to Hetq by the Ministry of Territorial Administration and Infrastructure (TAI).
After being appointed Yerevan deputy mayor last September, Tigran Avinyan has remained as chairman of the board of the Armenian National Interest Fund (ANIF).
What targeted actions does Pashinyan's government expect from the international community, if it isn’t the first to take such actions, which it can do and has the internationally guaranteed right to do?
A major player in Azerbaijan’s mining industry is Anglo Asian Mining PLC, a British firm operating in Azerbaijan.
Upon closer inspection, the so-called Azerbaijani eco-activists who have closed the Stepanakert-Goris highway, the only land link connecting Artsakh and Armenia, since December 12 are mere cogs in a larger game masterminded by Azerbaijani President.
Airlines registered in Armenia will remain on the European Commission’s “blacklist”, prohibiting them from entering EU airspace.
The Beechcraft 95-B55 Baron plane, with Slovak registration OM-KVV, was flying from Yerevan to the city of Astrakhan, in Russia, when communication with the aircraft was lost according to Armenia’s Civil Aviation Committee (CAC).
According to aviation industry sources, Armenia Airways, which currently flies from Yerevan to Tehran, Moscow and Kazan, has acquired the second Boeing 737-300 that once flew the U.K.’s King Charles III around the world over 20 years ago.
The Indian press, referring to a November 9 statement released by the local Bharat Forge company, reports that the latter's military-industrial subsidiary, Kalyani Strategic System, has received a US$ 155million order to export 155 mm artillery gun s
The sons of Gagik Khachatryan, a former top Armenian government official, have reached a preliminary deal to sell their multi-million-dollar mansion in Los Angeles that the U.S. Justice Department wants to seize based on allegations it was purchased
The saga of two armed Kurdish fighters who were arrested by Armenian authorities after illegally crossing the border from Iran, and then mysteriously wound up in Turkey, has caused an uproar in Kurdish circles and in the Armenian press.
It appears that the Armenian Defense Ministry either does not know, or will not reveal, exactly how much of Armenia’s territory is now under Azerbaijani military control.
In 2021, according to his financial declaration, Badalyan and his wife Margarita Aganisyan, a schoolteacher, purchased a house in Marysville (Washington, USA) for US$584,950.
If by "corridor" we mean the section from Armenia to the former NKAR (Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous Region) territory, then today’s route from the Armenian border near the village of Tegh to the former NKAR border is 21 km.
The Vachagan River once flowed through Kapan, the capital of Armenia’s Syunik province, down a series of man-made steps, delighting residents and visitors with the cascading image created.
Gevorg Parsyan, mayor of Armenia’s southern Syunik provincial capital Kapan, is on a mission to turn the community of 35,000 into something resembling a small European town while retaining what he calls “our ethics”.
Gevorg Parsyan, mayor of Kapan, capital of Armenia’s southern Syunik province, tells Hetq that Iran might open a consulate there this year.
The algal blooms that have increasingly choked Armenia’s Lake Sevan are nothing new.
New Resort Hideaway: Garik Veziryan Wants to Attract Visitors to Syunik’s Mountains and Forests
When it comes to air links between Armenia and Azerbaijan, these routes have been open since 2021. Here, Armenia did the unblocking and Azerbaijan and Turkey have been the beneficiaries.
Armenia’s Anti-Corruption Committee has launched a criminal case into the offshore business esof Artak Sargsyan, aka “SAS Artak”, the founder of the SAS supermarket chain in Armenia.
One year after our publication, there was no reaction from Armenian enforcement agencies, although we had presented concrete material evidence – the remnants of spent ammunition to target the Shushi church.
In May 2021, Azerbaijani troops occupied a minimum of 32 square kilometers (3,200 hectares) in the Vardenis region of Armenia’s Gegharkunik Province (in the border section from the Norabak-Karvachar road to Big and Small Al lakes.)
Armenian entrepreneur, former MP Artak Sargsyan, has set up companies abroad to support his business in Armenia.
While Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan and his team have repeatedly stated that government officials must work in a transparent fashion, some of Pashinyan's relatives have failed to properly declare all their assets in their financial disclosures.
After Russian forces invaded Ukraine and the West imposed economic sanctions on Russia, Russian aviation faces a very difficult situation.
Armenia’s football team maintains its 92nd spot (1,242 points) according to today’s first 2022 FIFA ranking of the world’s 210 national teams.
Fly One Armenia and the Turkish Pegasus Airlines will launch flights today between Istanbul and Yerevan.
Citizens of Armenia flying to Istanbul will be exempted from paying the 10,000 AMD “air fee” for the next three years.
The excitement following last November’s decision by the Armenian government regarding to Syunik Airport and declaring the start of flights linking Yerevan and the Syunik provincial capital of Kapan, scheduled for this month, soon dissipated.
The Israeli news daily Haaretz reports that the local Aeronautics company and three senior employees were charged on December 29 with violating the law on the export of defense products during a deal with a significant client.
The ANIF and the International Business Company (FZE) operating in the Sharjah Airport International Free Economic Zone (SAIF Zone) each own 49% shares. The remaining 2% is owned by Varouj(an) A. Nerguizian registered in Dubai.