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Armenia to build new nuclear power plant?

Armenia’s authorities are negotiating with Russia over prospects for the participation in construction of a new nuclear power plant in the country, Armenian Vice Prime Minister Tigran Avinyan said. According to …

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Pashinyan to be prosecuted for extremism?

President of the Healthy Community NGO Marina Khachatryan has filed an application to the Armenian police in regard to the statements by the republic's Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan. …

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Sarkissian congratulates Pashinyan

Armenian President Armen Sarkissian congratulated the head of government of the country, Nikol Pashinyan, on his birthday, wishing him success in running the country. The press service of the Armenian Cabinet noted that on his birthday, …

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Pashinyan gives himself a break

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan took a short vacation, according to the government website. During Pashinyan’s vacation, he will be replaced by Armenia's Deputy Prime Minister Tigran …

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Pashinyan asks to unblock courthouses in Armenia

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan called on his supporters to unblock the court buildings across the country after announcing sweeping judiciary reforms. "The time has come for a surgical intervention" …

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Pashinyan starts 'Day of Judgement' in Armenia

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s supporters have started blocking Yerevan courts’ entrances this morning in response to his call. Pashinyan’s appeal came a day after a court in Yerevan ordered …

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 Pasinyan plans to go on vacation

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said that he plans to leave for vacation, "to be cut off from everything for two days", in the first days of June. “If we count from March 31 [2018], [I] …

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Will Dashnaks topple Pashinyan?

The Armenian Revolutionary Federation (ARF) Dashnaktsutyun political party plans to initiate a no-confidence vote against the Armenian government, the Hraparak newspaper reported citing informed sources in the party. According to …

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Armenia parliament liquidates key ministries

The Armenian Parliament approved today in the first reading the package of bills on making amendments to the law on the structure of the country’s government - the number of ministries will be cut from 17 to 12. A total of 71 MPs …

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