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Pashinyan takes short vacation

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan will take a short vacation, according to the Prime Minister's Office. Pashinyan will spend his vacation - from August 31 to September 3 - in Armenia. "During his vacation, …

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Armenian parliament approves new Pashinyan’s program

The Armenian Parliament has approved today the government’s program of activities designed for 2021-2026 by a vote of 70. The parliamentary opposition boycotted the voting. The head of the Hayastan (Armenia) alliance Seyran …

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Armenia donates land area in Zangezur corridor  to Russia

The Armenian Cabinet passed a decision on May 27 on donating some land areas in the towns of Kapan, Meghri and Tegh to the Russian Federal Security Service Border Guard Division deployed in Armenia. According to Sputnik Armenia, the …

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Armenia to introduce ban on sale of Turkish goods

The authorities will ban the sale of Turkish goods in Armenia, Armenia's acting economy minister Vahan Kerobyan said. "We intend to extend the ban on the import of Turkish goods into the country, as well as their sale, …

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Kremlin voices concern over political crisis in Armenia

The Kremlin said on Thursday it was concerned by growing political tensions in Armenia after the army demanded Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan resign in a move Pashinyan said looked like an attempted coup. Speaking to reporters on a …

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Armenian Security Council holds first 2021 session

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan chaired on January 3 a meeting of the Security Council, Pashinyan's press service reported. The so-called "President" of the fake "NKR" regime created by Yerevan in the …

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Armenia lifts ban on rallies

Armenian authorities have lifted some restrictions on public rallies and strikes, restrictions imposed more than two months ago. In its decree, the government said it was lifting restrictions on holding rallies and strikes, as well as …

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