Monthly Archives: August 2018

Democracy Being Implemented Because of Nikol Pashinyan

Since the Velvet Revolution and Nikol Pashinyan’s election as Prime Minister, many positive charges took place and are taking place continuously. After the protests, the former Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan resigned in April of this year, saving Armenia from a … Continue reading

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Former President Robert Kocharyan Detained

The court of Yerevan’s Shengavit district decided on Friday, July 27 to detain Robert Kocharyan, a former Armenian president, said Kocharyan’s lawyer Aram Orbelyan. He said nothing else and declined to answer questions from journalists, but invited them for a … Continue reading

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Italy Will Support Armenia and Be Friendly, President Mattarella States

The relations between Armenia and Italy are on a high level and there is readiness to further deepen bilateral cooperation in various spheres, President of Italy Sergio Mattarella, who is in Armenia on a state visit, said in a briefing, … Continue reading

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Armenia-Russia Relations Should Not Have Dark Corners, Says PM Nikol Pashinyan

The Armenia-Russia relations must not have any dark corners, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said in an interview to Echo of Moscow on July 25th. Pashinyan mentioned that Russian President Vladimir Putin is a lot franker than he could have imagined. … Continue reading

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