Gagik Tsarukyan denies the charges against him and considers what is happening to be political persecution in response to his call for the resignation of the government
Armenia: prominent businessman, opposition leader brought in for questioning, protest breaks out despite epidemic regulations
Gagik Tsarukyan himself and his supporters consider what is happening to be a case of political persecution, and in response to the call of the head of Prosperous Armenia for a change of government
The head of the rural community where the violator was discovered said that he “asked residents to give him housing and work”
The government justified this decision by saying that the situation with coronavirus "continues to threaten the life and health of people"
The Armenian government will finance the modernization of nuclear power plants from its own funds
Businessman Sergey Sargsyan talks about his European cheese shop, how he held out during the period of severe emergency restrictions and what he faces now
In 2020, due to the spread of the coronavirus and closed borders, tens of thousands of people were unable to leave for seasonal work. How will this turn out for the country's economy, and how are the authorities going to provide them with work
The son-in-law of the former Armenian president and the brother-in-law of the current prime minister exchange mutual accusations
Georgia has been successful in fighting the disease and is ready to help neighboring countries where the situation is more serious.
Armenian Prime Minister recovers and returns to work. His return is accompanied by the resignation of several high-ranking security workers.
The Chief of General Staff of the Armed Forces the head of the National Security Council, and head of the police all resigned. And the opposition urges all members of the current administration to resign.
Refugees receive the same rights as citizens of the country - along with the same problems. How to solve them in a foreign country without knowledge of the language?
Armenia, Greece and Cyprus oppose candidacy of Turkish diplomat for the post of president of UN General Assembly
For the first time in UN history, “there is only one candidate being put to the vote.”
Major coronavirus outbreaks expected in Armenia. Prime minister calls for an “anti-pandemic movement”
The country so far decided not to reinstate a strict quarantine regime. The government is just insisting that everyone comply with sanitary standards and demand this from others.
Doctors say his condition is moderate” - Minister of Health
MPs have passed a bill which may cancel the referendum on constitutional amendments and is expected to go into effect as soon as the state of emergency is lifted
The government has developed a stimulus programme for businesses affected by coronavirus – those who don’t qualify are finding ways to help themselves.
Together with the commandant and the Minister of Health, he talked about the current situation in the country and measures to combat the virus. Starting June 2, Nikol Pashinyan intends to return to normal working hours
Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan and his entire immediate family have contracted the coronavirus.