Iranian gas imported to Armenia is now only 30 dollars more than Russian gas
No Armenian or Greek artists were included, though organizers claim that there were no political reasons behind the decision
The statue dates back to Soviet times and will soon be transferred to the archive of unused items
Economists say that this figure will continue to grow against the backdrop of rising prices
Experts believe that the country’s residents must realize for themselves that they must refrain from engaging in corrupt behaviors
Stories from two Movses families
Many in Azerbaijan still believe his actions were justified
The authorities claim that membership within the Eurasian Economic Union is in Armenia’s interests
29 years after an earthquake struck Armenia over 2 500 temporary shelters still remain in use in Gyumri
More housing has been built in Shirak district than what was destroyed, yet temporary shelters remain in use. JAMnews investigates
JAMnews has taken its camera to the old part of Armenia's city of Gyumri
The government is trying to find a solution that will not harm entrepreneurs but still satisfy residents
In the part of the document concerning the settlement of regional conflicts, only the principle of territorial integrity is included.
“The glass is half full, but not completely filled," says GRECO Secretary General.