The Armenian authorities are publishing figures on the success of anti-crisis programmes to cope with the economic consequences of the coronavirus.
Allegedly the pest emerged from the ruins of old buildings demolished in Baku
Only 50 farmers have signed up for a new agricultural insurance despite the fact the government has promised to pay half the costs
This will be beneficial not only for farmers, but also to the owners of the plots as they will be paid rents
The migrant labour problem continues in Armenia, leaving women without husbands and children without fathers
Farmers have got a chance to sell their crops, while Yerevan residents could buy agricultural products without any middlemen, benefiting both parties
Each year, after harvesting crops, the procuring companies give farmers new surprises
Tractor ride is regarded as perhaps the most audacious symbol of emancipation in Georgian province