“Our love for the [new] authorities is turning into a personality cult,editorializes “Hraparak.”
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian and parliament speaker Ara Babloyan reportedly agreed on Monday to defuse political tensions in Armenia following bitter recriminations traded by the country’s current and former leaders.
Law-enforcement authorities in Armenia have launched a criminal investigation into what they call corrupt practices by state utility regulators and a French-owned company running the country’s water distribution network.
Dan Bilzerian, a controversial American social media celebrity of Armenian descent, officially became an Armenian citizen on Monday during his first-ever visit to his ancestral homeland.
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian has visited Nagorno-Karabakh and met with its leaders for a third time since taking office more than three months ago.
“Zhoghovurd” reports that Varuzhan Avetisian, the newly freed leader of the armed group that seized a police station in Yerevan in 2016, on Thursday made alarming statements about his and his supporters’ possible recourse to violence in the future.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel praised Armenia on Friday for developing relations with the European Union while remaining allied to Russia during her first-ever official visit to the South Caucasus country.
Environment protection groups on Friday denounced the Armenian government for moving to increase the amount of water from Lake Sevan that can be used for irrigation this year.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel laid flowers at the Armenian genocide memorial in Yerevan at the start of her visit to Armenia on Friday.
“Zhoghovurd” sees “no alternative” to pre-term parliamentary elections in Armenia, saying that the current National Assembly “does not reflect the real political picture and the popular mood.”
Despite being released from custody Robert Kocharian will also appeal to Armenia’s highest criminal court in connection with his recent arrest, a lawyer for the embattled former president said on Thursday.
The first large group of Armenian interior troops joined army units in guarding Armenia’s border with Azerbaijan on Thursday as part of an unprecedented redeployment ordered by the new government.