Defense Minister Davit Tonoyan praised the Russian military base in Armenia and its geopolitical role when he visited its headquarters in Gyumri on Saturday.
Nagorno-Karabakh’s three leading parliamentary parties have called on authorities in Armenia to release Robert Kocharian, the Karabakh-born former president facing coup charges, from custody.
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian said on Monday that he has reached an agreement with Russian President Vladimir Putin on new prices of Russian natural gas for Armenia which will be set in 2019.
A court in Yerevan has granted bail to former President Serzh Sarkisian’s former chief bodyguard less than two months after he was again arrested on corruption charges.
“What will the year 2019 bring to Armenia and the Armenian people?” writes “Haykakan Zhamanak.” “Optimistic expectations, uncertainty, alarm, consciousness of inevitable difficulties, and a determination to overcome them."
A court in Yerevan on Friday postponed until January 9 its decision on whether to grant bail to former President Robert Kocharian arrested this month for his role in the deadly breakup of 2008 opposition protests.
A national association representing Armenia’s judges on Friday condemned what it called growing insults and threats publicly voiced against some of its members, saying that they pose a threat to judicial independence.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has sent New Year greetings to Robert Kocharian, his former Armenian counterpart prosecuted on coup charges.
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian said that he and Russian President Vladimir Putin did not reach an agreement on the price of Russian natural gas imported by Armenia when they met in the Kremlin on Thursday.
“Aravot” suggests that cost cutting is the main purpose of Pashinian’s plans to reduce the number of government ministries and downsize the state bureaucracy.
Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke of a “good dynamic” in Russia’s relationship with Armenia as he met with Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian in Moscow on Thursday.
A court in Yerevan on Thursday granted bail to a prominent Armenian businessman who was arrested nearly three months ago on corruption charges which he flatly denies.