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Armenia to cut 30% of provincial governments staff

The Armenian government decided to cut 30% of staffers at all Governor’s offices, Armenian Minister of Territorial Administration and Development Suren Papikyan said, adding that the process was commenced …

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Protests in Armenia's main university

More than 200 Yerevan State University employees are staging protests against the Armenian government's decision to finance scientific projects through a tendering process. About 450 researchers may lose their jobs due to the …

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Armenia PM official residence robbed

The official residence of the Armenian Prime Minister in Yerevan was robbed yesterday. According to the police report, four commemorative coins were stolen from a showcase at the corridor of the third floor of the first building of the …

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Pashinyan chooses his new spokesperson

Former spokesman of the Armenian foreign ministry Vladimir Karapetyan will be appointed as head of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s press office. "A few days ago, I received an offer …

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Armenia's Shirak deputy governor resigns

Deputy governor of Armenia's Shirak province Ara Melikjanyan has resigned. The official thanked Civil Contract party and Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan for entrusting such an important office to him.   …

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Pashinyan to visit Moscow to set things up

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan will visit Moscow on January 24-25, the Armenian government's press office reported. It is expected that Pashinyan will deliver a speech at the headquarters of the Eurasian …

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Two Armenian provinces left without governors

The Armenian government dismissed two provincial governors at today's meeting. Vhe Galumyan was dismissed as governor of Tavush province and Karen Sarukhanyan - as governor of Shirak province, …

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Pashinyan officially appointed Armenian PM

Armenian President Armen Sarkisyan has signed decree appointing Nikol Pashinyan as prime minister, the presidential press service reported. In accordance with the Constitution of Armenia, the president …

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Pashinyan dissolves Armenian ministries

Employees of Armenia's Ministry of Culture and Ministry of Diaspora have started a labor strike this morning. They are protesting the republic's acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s intention to …

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Pashinyan appoints his another advisor

Armenia's acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan appointed another advisor, the government press office said. According to the decree signed by Pashinyan today, Arshak Karapetyan has been …

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Armenia's Cabinet meetings to be open

Armenia's government approved at the Cabinet session its law initiative on making additions to the law on the makeup and activities of the government. In particular, this draft law proposes that the Cabinet meetings be held …

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