Armen Sarkisyan

Armenia parliament ex-speaker appointed FM

Former speaker of the National Assembly Ararat Mirzoyan has been appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia by the decree of President Armen Sarkisyan, and based on the respective proposal by Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan …

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Armenian ambassador to Israel recalled

Armen Smbatyan has been recalled from the post of Armenia’s Ambassador to Israel by a decree of Armenian President Armen Sarkisyan, according to the aforesaid presidential decree. Smbatyan has served as Ambassador of Armenia …

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Pashinyan is back: Sargsyan begins firing military

By the decree of Armenian President Armen Sarkissian, Ishkhan Matevosyan has been relieved of the post of Head of the Engineering Troops-Head of Department of the Armed Forces of Armenia. In addition, Armen Vardanyan has been relieved …

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Armenian president to visit Georgia

Armenian President Armen Sarkisyan will pay an official visit to Georgia on April 15 at the invitation of Georgian counterpart Salome Zurabishvili, Sarkisyan's press office said. The key topics of the talks between Armenian and …

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Nikol Pashinyan flees from opposition

Today, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan had to leave the residence of President Armen Sarkissian on the technical route. Oppositionists who came to Sarkissian's residence demanding Nikol Pashinyan's resignation blocked …

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Sargsyan plays political hide and seek

The ongoing dispute between the government and the so-called opposition puts Armenian President Armen Sargsyan in an uncomfortable position. On the one hand, Sargsyan is besieged by Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who unsuccessfully seeks the …

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Power struggle in Armenia confuses its foreign policy

The unexpected, and ultimately, devastating military defeat in the Second Karabakh War has provoked an overwhelming political crisis in Armenia. Having been consistently misinformed by the government about the real situation on the frontline during the war, Armenians had believed that their army had the control over the situation. The capitulation all of a sudden in the night of the November 9 was therefore a great shock for the Armenian people who took to the streets protesting against the government and calling for Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s resignation

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