“Zhoghovurd” is scathing about the Armenian government’s decision to allocate an apartment to President Serzh Sarkisian and his family in view of the upcoming end of his second term in office.
A consortium of Dutch and Spanish companies has won an international tender for the construction of Armenia’s first large solar power plant which is expected to cost around $50 million.
An Armenian government agency has launched an inquiry into a Turkish-owned company controversially chosen to process visa applications from Armenians planning to travel to Germany and five other European Union member states.
The ruling Republican Party of Armenia (HHK) has said that street demonstrations planned by opposition groups cannot deter it from helping President Serzh Sarkisian stay in power after his final presidential term ends on April 9.
“Hraparak” reports that Nikol Pashinian’s Civil Contract party will launch nonstop street protests against President Serzh Sarkisian’s continued rule on April 13.
Greek Defense Minister Panos Kammenos spoke of “common security challenges and threats” facing Greece and Armenia as he began a two-day visit to Yerevan on Thursday.
Businessman Gagik Tsarukian and his Prosperous Armenia Party (BHK) have not yet been offered to join a new government that will be formed by the ruling Republican Party (HHK) next month, a senior BHK figure insisted on Thursday.
Three ethnic Armenian civilians working for the British demining group HALO Trust were killed and two others seriously wounded when a landmine exploded in Nagorno-Karabakh on Thursday.
A senior official from the International Monetary Fund has hailed sweeping economic reforms promised by the Armenian government and indicated the IMF’s readiness to allocate a fresh loan to Yerevan.
The United States has reaffirmed its strong condemnation of the 2016 seizure by opposition gunmen of a police station in Yerevan and any other attempts to forcibly overthrow Armenia’s government.
“Aravot” reacts to allegations by a 19-year-old Armenian woman, Asya Khachatrian, that police in Nagorno-Karabakh harassed and ill-treated her earlier this year because of her appearance unusual for Karabakh.
Armenia is continuing to acquire Russian-manufactured weapons and other military equipment as part of its close defense links with Russia, Deputy Defense Minister Davit Pakhchanian said on Wednesday.