Protests against construction of HPP in Western Georgia continue

The police drove the activists out of the gorge, and the protest against the construction of the Namakhvan hydroelectric power station in Georgia moved to the city of Kutaisi. The authorities promise to triple the wide discussion of the project

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Covid-19 vaccination begins in Armenia

Residents of Yerevan will be able to receive the vaccine from April 13, and from April 14 the drug will be available in the regions as well. Vaccination in Armenia is voluntary, while only 600 people have signed up in the queue

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