The new CRRC Armenia survey has determined what worries the Armenian people the most: the need to strengthen the army, poverty, and the peace agreement with Azerbaijan
Armenia: 1st coronavirus death. Cases among health workers, soldiers, children. Media restrictions eased
As of March 26, there are 290 coronavirus cases, 18 have recovered
Contradicting information from Armenia and Azerbaijan
The Georgian president also said that certain foreign experts writing about Georgia were 'incompetent'
Trade, pensions, the gray zone and expectations from negotiations
In Abkhazia, they argue that this decision is not related to the discussion of Georgia’s accession to NATO, as well as to the complication of the situation in the zone of the Georgian-Ossetian conflict
The investigation says that the soldiers were brought to suicide by their fellow servicemen and officers
One stated that Armenia must 'win without war’, while the other promised ‘military surprises’
The aim is to develop joint operations compatibility
The foundation pays compensation to the families of the dead and injured soldiers through monthly deductions from the salaries of all residents of Armenia
The bill aims to allow young Armenian men who are 27 or older to return home without facing criminal prosecution
President Lukashenko: “We are ready to help Azerbaijan so they can feel at peace."
Arranging a meeting hasn’t been easy
Sub-units of the South Ossetian Army will become part of Russian Armed Forces, the Defence Minister of the Republic stated
A fund will be set up in Armenia, where certain amounts will be transferred on monthly basis by each working citizen