Doctors call on citizens to follow anti-epidemic rules, as the wounded in the Karabakh war need their help too
Ilham Aliyev accused the Armenian Prime Minister of disrupting the negotiations, Nikol Pashinyan responded to the president of Azerbaijan by urging him to "return to a constructive place"
Due to the situation with the coronavirus pandemic, all celebrations are taking place online
Armenian-Azerbaijani border, soldier killed, Tavush, Nikol Pashinyan, David Tonoyan, Minister of Defense
Yerevan is negotiating with airlines and partners in the EAEU
The Armenian parliament has passed a government proposed set of legislative changes that would allow, in the event of a viral outbreak, to impose strict measures in individual settlements and even organisations, and not across the country
Armenia's foreign policy priorities have not changed - highlights from foreign ministry press secretary
Anna Naghdalyan presented her department’s position on the hot button topics - settling the Karabakh conflict, exchanging prisoners with Azerbaijan, and cooperating with Russia
Yerevan park trees felled as part of agreement with former gov’t, mayor’s office unable to prevent damage
Under the previous, "pre-revolutionary" government, a part of the park in the very center of the capital was leased until 2040, and no one can now prohibit the owner of the territory
Robert Kocharyan spoke about the situation on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border, the Karabakh conflict and Azerbaijani-Turkish military exercises near the Armenian border
Armenian high school students, parents protest new university entrance exam regs – has the system failed?
The reason was the Ministry of Education’s new decision that few knew about, which was approved shortly before exams. Protests, and discussions of the issue in parliament did not resolve everything.
Before starting service, all conscripts are given a coronavirus test
Within six years, the tax will increase 5-6 times, and for expensive apartments and houses, it will increase tenfold
Those who the amendments pertain to are also unhappy – three judges and the chairman of the Constitutional Court, who have all lost their posts due to the changes.
Former Armenian president recently released from prison withdraws appeal case to Constitutional Court concerning criminal case charges against him
Robert Kocharyan’s lawyers say he made this decision so as to not prevent the opposition from going to the highest court regarding constitutional amendments adopted by the ruling political party
What the former leaders discussed is still unknown. Experts suggest they may start cooperating, despite confrontation in the past
The Armenian Court of Appeals has decided to grant former president Robert Kocharyan bail
Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan and his entire immediate family have contracted the coronavirus.
Pashinyan considers symbolic that the meeting is "taking place on the day of the founding of the First Armenian Republic." Leaders agreed on long-term projects